'They inflicted not too many harms just to attract the attention. It is unknown who did this and why but it is some mean traitor. The investigators work at the moment and there are the CCTV cameras in the museum', the director of the museum said.
The museum was opened on December 30, 2000. Until this time, the museum was situated in the undamaged room where the Bandera family lived in 1906-1933.
The exposition of the museum shows the processes of the beginning of 20th century and the environment in which Stepan Bandera grew up, his personality, life and activity.
As we reported in the center of Kharkiv, unknown people painted a monument of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) soldiers in the colors of the Polish flag on February 14.
As we reported Polish leader Andrzej Duda has signed the bill with amendments to the law about the Institute of the National Memory in Poland. They stipulate criminal responsibility for denial of the Volyn Massacre of the 1940s and forbid the propaganda of the 'Banderite ideology'.
It also provides the criminal penalty for public accusations of Poland of crimes during Holocaust, of helping Nazi Germany, of military crimes or crimes against humanity. The bill forbids to use the combination of words “Polish death camp” when describing concentration camps that were on the territory of Poland. Any citizen of the country, including foreigners that breached the law will have to pay a fine or imprisoned for up to three years.