The farewell ceremony with Pavlo Sheremet to take place in Ukrainian House at 11:00
Burial shall be held in Minsk on Saturday, July 23 at 11:00 in the Church of All Saints, 121 Kalinovskogo street. Burial will be held on Severnoe cemetery at 14:30
Farewell ceremony with the deceased journalist Pavlo Sheremet will be held in Kyiv today, on Friday, July 22, at 11:00, at the Ukrainian House, 2 Khreshchatyk Street. This was announced by Mustafa Nayem on his Facebook page.
He will be buried in Minsk on Saturday, July 23 at 11:00 in the Church of All Saints, 121 Kalinovskogo street. Burial will be held on Severnoe cemetery at 14:30.
Recall that on Wednesday, on July 20, at the day of the death people gathered in memory of Pavlo Sheremet on Maidan Nezalezhnosti square in Kyiv.
The famous journalist Pavlo Sheremet died in a car explosion in the downtown of Kyiv. Police qualifies the explosion as anintentional murder, draft version – an explosive device deployed.
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