Kurginyan: Ukrainian authorities admit their guilt for burning people in Odessa

10.10.2018, Moscow.

The Ukrainian authorities’ official representative admitted that the death of people in the Odessa House of Trade Unions was not a tragic accident, but a conscious act of intimidation, Sergey Kurginyan, the leader of the Essence of Time movement, said on the air of the Evening with Vladimir Solovyov TV program at the Russian Channel One on October 8th.
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Odessa tragedy of May 2nd. 4 years have passed

05.05.2018, Odessa.

On May 2nd, 2014 Odessa witnessed clashes between the people opposing the authorities who came to power as a result of the Maidan victory, and radical and national groups together with the members of the rally “for territorial integrity of Ukraine.” The clashes started around Grecheskaya Street and Sobornaya Square killing two nationalists and four oppositioners. Later, nationalists moved to the Kulikovo Field, where the Anti-Maidan camp was set up. To this day, no one knows how the idea to seek refuge at the Trade Union building emerged. But the people, who went there, in fact, became trapped. The Trade Union building was set on fire. The radicals did not let the opposition members leave the building. Some people jumped out of the windows trying to escape fire and smoke. Those jumpers who survived were finished off after landing. Later, the information was provided that radicals not only blocked the exit, but entered the building to finish off all survivors.
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Court in Odessa detains members of Anti-Maidan movement

19.09.2017, Ukraine.

The Kievsky District Court in the Ukrainian city of Odessa has ruled to detain two members of the Anti-Maidan movement for 60 days following the request of the regional Odessa prosecutor’s office, said Larisa Sargan, press secretary of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine, on her Facebook page on September 19.
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