We read in Novorosinform:
Today, December 6, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine passed Law No. 8519, giving the Nazi collaborators from the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) and armed units of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN) veteran status as combatants.
This law was supported by 236 deputies. The law provides the status of a combatant to persons who took part “in all forms of armed struggle for the independence of Ukraine in the 20th century as part of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, the Ukrainian Insurgent Army Ataman Taras Borovets (Bulba)” Poles’ka Sich,” the Ukrainian People’s Revolutionary Army (UNRA ), and the armed units of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists.
“The procedure for granting the status of a combatant to these persons will be established by the Government of Ukraine. The law will come into force 3 months from the date of its publication.
We add that the Parliament also registered a draft resolution on the appeal to the President of Ukraine regarding the assignment of the title “Hero of Ukraine” to arch-collaborator Stepan Bandera, the leader of the Ukrainian Nazis (posthumously).
Earlier, the Nazist Ukrainian writer Larisa Nitsoy, who earlier called the children of Donbass a threat to Ukraine, was outraged that children in Ukraine know little about the Nazi Stepan Bandera. She came to this conclusion after trying to perform a song from the repertoire of the UPA .
Note that the legalization of the Nazi ideology is a direct achievement of the Ukrainian authorities:
- July 26, the authorities of Zhytomyr region announced 2019 the year of Bandera.
- On July 5, in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, an exhibition opened showing Ukrainian Nazi newspapers glorifying Adolf Hitler, the leader of the Third Reich.
- On May 12, the director of the Ukrainian institute of national memory Vyatrovich stated that the Ukrainian militants of the SS division “Galicia” were just “deceived guys” who believed that they were fighting for the independence of Ukraine. These “guys” thought that “SS” means “Sich Riflemen”.