Deshchitsa and Synyutka called the act of vandalism in Huta penyatskoy provocation

The head of Lviv regional state administration Oleg Synyutka during the meeting with the Consul General of Poland in Lviv by Wieslaw Mazur said he believes the provocation of the destruction of the monument to the inhabitants of Huta penyatskoy.

«I believe that this is a provocation. Against the background of Russian aggression someone specifically wants to «disturb» the people», – quotes the head of Lviv regional state administration on his page on the social network Facebook the Director of the Department of internal policy and information of Lviv regional state administration Olga bereziuk.

She also wrote that sinyutka assured the Consul General of Poland in that law enforcement agencies will make every effort to solve this crime.

The Ambassador of Ukraine in Poland Andrey dedica considers provocation an act of vandalism in the village Huta penyatskaya in Brody district, Lviv region, where unknown vandals partially destroyed the monument to the poles-and the villagers killed during the Second world war.

«I condemn the act of vandalism in Huta penyatskoy. This is a clear provocation. Initiated an investigation. Criminals should be punished. Let’s not provoke» — he wrote in his Twitter microblog on Tuesday January 10.

As reported, the unknown damaged a monument to poles who died at the hands of Nazi troops in 1944 in the village of Huta penyatskaya Lviv region. In place of the departed investigative team, representatives of the security Service of Ukraine and regional authorities. Law enforcement officers assess the damage and set involved in the vandalism.

It is noted that information about the destruction of the monument first appeared in the Russian news Agency Regnum, as well as in Pro-Russian media. Live painted with the nationalist symbolism of the monument bathed in the newly created Youtube profile.




Deshchitsa and Synyutka called the act of vandalism in Huta penyatskoy provocation 10.01.2017

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