The preparation works are supposed to kick off in Ukraine's capital city in order to construct the Memorial of Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred. The press office of the National Museum of the Revolution of Dignity reported that on Tuesday.
The fence will be built on the Alley of the Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred. The Museum explained that the works have not been conducted for a number of reasons. Previously, the Prosecutor General's Office banned the construction works in this area to preserve the landscape's integrity; besides, the investigation on the mass murder in February 2014 was not complete. Still, the investigation actions are carried out on the upper part of the allley, while the Museum asked the Prosecutor General's Office to let them perform the construction works in the alley's lower part. That is not going to get in the way of investigative actions, the Museum said.
February 20, 2014 earmarked the climax of the street violence during the Revolution of Dignity in Ukraine. That day, government-hired shooters gunned down dozens of unarmed civilians; about a dozen of law enforcers deceased as well. Dozens were wounded in the street fights.