Ukraine’s Security Service started a probe under the article of the Criminal Code of Ukraine on “propaganda of Nazi totalitarian regime” concerning the incident when swastika graffiti appeared in Kyiv mall Gorodok Gallery, SBU reports.
It was reported that on February 19, SBU and the Prosecutor’s Office launched an investigation under the article of the Ukrainian Criminal Code on production, distribution of communist, Nazi symbols, propaganda of communist and national-socialistic totalitarian regimes for setting Nazi symbol in one of capital’s malls.
“Ukraine’s Security Service will continue reacting to such incidents severely, and will do everything possible so that the organizers and executors of this provocation are punished,” the message says.
As it was reported, a swastika symbol appeared on the LED-staircase at Gorodok Gallery shopping mall in the Ukrainian capital. The incident actually occurred on February 16.
The mall's administration reported a hacker attack on their computer network and apologized for the incident.