In Zaporizhya, old man unfurled Communist banner
Police convinced him to make up the flag
In Zaporizhya, southeastern Ukraine, an old man unfolded the Communist flag banned by the government. The press service of the regional branch of the National Police reported this on May 9.
“The flag contained symbols banned by the law “On de-communization”. The policemen managed to convince the man to put down the flag, so the incident was over”, the press service reported.
Earlier, there was information that several young men in camouflage tried to seize the red banner from the old man.
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