Like in the Czech Republic. Bureaucrats in Sofia want to demolish Monument to Soviet Soldiers

27.05.2020, Sofia.

The head of the Lozenets district in Sofia, the capital city of Bulgaria, Konstantin Pavlov made a proposal to demolish a monument to Soviet soldiers erected on the place of a communal grave, where the remains of 154 soviet soldiers and officers lie, and to rename the Boulevard in honor of a liberal journalist Anna Politkovskaya [known for her criticism of the Kremlin’s policy in Chechnya; obtained United States citizenship – translator’s note], reports the oldest Czech daily newspaper on May 24.

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Kurginyan explains why Russia’s unwillingness to surrender its Victory enrages United States off

11.05.2020, Moscow.

The West’s new Cold War against Russia is even more merciless than the previous one against USSR, said the leader of the Essence of Time social and political movement Sergey Kurginyan, in the “Sunday Evening with Vladimir Soloviev” program on Russia-1 TV channel on May 10.

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Memorial plaque to Nazis collaborators will be installed in Prague

30.04.2020, Prague.

Installation of a memorial plaque commemorating soldiers from the army of General Vlasov, who defected to the Nazis during the Great Patriotic War, was started in Prague’s western municipal district of Řeporyje. The head of the district Pavel Novotný announced this on April 30 on the air of the internet channel.
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