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Bust of Soviet Marshal Zhukov restored in Kharkiv

The bust was demolished by the far-right in June
14:00, 11 July 2019

Gennadiy Kernes Facebook

Bust of Soviet Marshal Georgiy Zhukov was restored in Kharkiv as City Mayor Gennadiy Kernes reported on Facebook.

“As I promised – we returned it at its place,” the city head wrote. He published photos of the restored monument.

On June 2, representatives of a number of far-right organizations and parties demolished the bust of Soviet Marshal Georgiy Zhukov in Kharkiv.

The Russian Foreign Ministry is sure that the demolishing of the bust of Marshal Zhukov is the challenge for new President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky. The Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation stated that the new Ukrainian authority should find and prosecute vandals, who demolished the bust.

Earlier, unknown perpetrators painted the tombstone of Nikolai Kuznetsov, the Soviet reconnaissance man and the agent of NKVD (the Soviet secret police, - 112 International). 

In June, a group of young people threw raid paint at the memorial marking installed in honor of deceased soldiers of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army in one of the parks in Kharkiv

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