Ukrainian Nazi Army establishment anniversary celebrated in central Kiev

14.10.2015, Kiev.

Two thousand “Svoboda” and “Right Sector” extremists rally in celebration of 73rd anniversary of UPA (Ukrainian Insurgent Army which fought Soviet troops alongside German Nazis and are responsible for the genocide of Poles in Volhynia) establishment on Mikhaylovskaya square in Kiev.

The participants of the rally wear camouflage clothes, hold “Svoboda” and “Right Sector” flags in their hands. After the main part of the rally the participants are supposed to try and march along the city streets to Lukyanovsky remand prison where “Svoboda” activists are being imprisoned after they were detained during the clashes near the Ukrainian Parliament.

Source: RIA Novosti

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