Russian state flag was burned by Ukrainian far-right activists in Cherkasy region, central Ukraine. On January 29, they commemorated heroes of the Kruty battle with the torchlight procession. Approximately 200 people took part in the event, UNIAN reported.
Procession participants gathered at Bohdan Khmelnytsky square in the city. Marching started with the pray for Ukraine, holding banners and torches in their hands. There were local activists of “Sokil”, “Svoboda” and “Azov” far-right communities. During the procession, members cried patriotic mottos and remembered their compatriots who lost their lives in eastern Ukraine.
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Previously, far-right activists in Kyiv marched Khreshchatyk Street to pay honor to heroes of the Kruty battle.