Russia’s special operation will sentence the murderers of the Odessa activists. Opinion

02.05.2023, Sevastopol.

The crime committed by the murderers of the residents of Odessa in the House of Trade Unions on May 2, 2014 has no statute of limitations. The governor of Sevastopol Mikhail Razvozzhayev wrote on May 2 on his Telegram channel.

The governor of the city reminded that 2 May, 2023 marks 9 years of the Odessa tragedy.

According to him, “people were killed only because they disagreed with the criminal policy of the Ukrainian leadership. They wanted to live without Nazism, they didn’t want to join a mythical Europe, they wanted to preserve their historical roots and their ties to Russia.”

As Razvozzhayev said, no one has been punished for this monstrous crime because “the cynical murder was sanctioned at the very top.”

He said that this very day, May 2, 2014, was “the point that finally determined the path of Ukraine as a neo-Nazi state.”

According to Razvozzhayev, this crime has no statute of limitations. “A special military operation will pass sentence on all criminals,” he concluded.

Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency