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Kharkiv's Appeal Court cancels return of renaming Hryhorenko Avenue to Marshal Zhukov's

Hryhorenko was a renowned Ukrainian general, while Zhukov, the Soviet warlord, is mainly honored in Russia; the court decision will come into effect since the moment of its declaration and can be appealed during a month
21:45, 8 November 2019

UA Kharkiv

The second Administrative Appeal Court canceled the city council's decision to rename of Kharkiv avenues after Marshal Zhukov again. This was reported by lawmaker of Kharkiv City Council Ihor Cherniak. 

"The second Administrative Appeal Court corrected the proceeding violations of the court of the first instance and again... canceled the Council's decision about renaming of the Avenue named after [General] Hryhorenko back to Marshal Zhukov," Cherniak wrote on the Facebook page

The court decision will come into effect since the moment of its declaration and can be appealed during a month. 

Related: Opponents, supporters of Bandera, Shukhevych avenues renaming clash in court

As we reported earlier, the bust of Soviet Marshal Georgiy Zhukov had been restored in Kharkiv.

"As I promised – we returned it where it belongs," city Mayor Hennadiy Kernes 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.

Petro Hryhorenko was a renowned Ukrainian general, while Georgiy Zhukov, the Soviet warlord, is mainly honored in Russia.

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