Translated by Ollie Richardson & Angelina Siard
The former Minister of Justice of Ukraine Elena Lukash refuted Zoryan Shkiryak‘s statement that it is illegal to wear St.George’s Ribbons in Ukraine.
According to Lukash, in Ukraine no ban on St. George’s Ribbons exists. There were attempts to ban them, but parliament didn’t pass anything.
“News from our ghetto. St. George’s Ribbon.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs asks to refuse St. George’s Ribbons on May 8th-9th. The adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Zoryan Shkiryak:
‘I ask to refrain from using BANNED communist symbols. First of all – St. George’s Ribbons… Today it is a sign of Russian terrorism’.
He lies. I will explain.
There is NO ban on wear and using St. George’s Ribbons in Ukraine. The attempts of Deputies to ban the St. George’s Ribbon were unsuccessful.
And Anton Gerashchenko drearily groaned about it, grieving that the wearing of St. George’s Ribbons in Ukraine ISN’T BANNED.
YOU HAVE THE FULL RIGHT TO WEAR THE RIBBONS DEAR TO YOUR HEART.
Forget about the hissing of this fantasy in his ill brain. He found terrorism in a ribbon.
While no terrorist organisation in the world could do what those similar to him did with the people and the country for the last three years. All of us know who are the terrorists here.”
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