On October 14, Ukrainian nationalists are holding the UPA (Ukrainian Insurgent Army) Glory March, which is also called the March of the Nation. It began at 12:00 with a rally in Taras Shevchenko Park in Kyiv.
After that, the participants of the march will march along the central streets of the capital. Nationalists will also honor the memory of the Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred and may head to the President's Office, where they will hold a protest.
According to the correspondent of Pershyi Nezalezhny, a press briefing of leaders of organizations was first held in the park, after which all the people lined up in columns near Shevchenko University and walk down the avenue down to Maidan, along Khreshchatyk Street and their final point is the Alley of the Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred.
The National Corps expects that more than 10 thousand people will take part in the procession. The Right Sector, Svoboda, other organizations, ATO veterans will also take part.
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Note that today Ukraine celebrates three holidays at once: the Day of Defenders, the Intercession of the Most Holy Theotokos and the Day of the Ukrainian Cossacks. On October 14, traffic on the central streets of Kyiv will be blocked in connection with the march dedicated to the Day of Defenders.