In Lviv, city and regional officials, Ukrainian Insurgent Army veterans and public figures gathered on Kropyvnytsky Square. They read the prayer “for Ukraine” and held a “public viche.”
In Dnipro city, the activists, public and political figures, as well as other people held a torchlight march. The event participants gathered in Rocket Park and walked four streets.
In Odesa, several dozen people also honored the memory of Bandera. A small event took place near the Shevchenko Monument.
As previously reported, 1,000 people took part in the torchlight procession in honor of Stepan Bandera in Kyiv. Police officers did not record violations during the event.
As we know, Stepan Bandera was a Ukrainian politician, ideologist and theorist of the Ukrainian nationalist movement of the 20th century. On his birthday, January 1, Ukraine traditionally commemorates him and holds torchlight marches in his honor.