Klintsevich: Kiev’s plans to make the may 9 working day talking about extreme nationalism


MOSCOW, may 8. /TASS/. Announced in Ukraine initiatives to transfer the public holiday from 9 to 8 may represent the attempt to reshape the consciousness of the people towards extreme nationalism and hatred of Russia, told journalists the first Deputy of the Federation Council Committee on security and defense Franz Klintsevich, commenting on the Director of the Institute of national remembrance of Ukraine Vladimir Vyatrovich on the transfer date of the holiday.

“Probable ad may 9 working day is, if you think about it, another link in the chain of interrelated events of the last three years in Ukraine, namely: the manifestation of extreme nationalism, the imposition of a hatred of all things Russian, now under the guise of “education of the young generation”. Alas, history teaches nothing”, – quoted Klintsevich his press service.

As noted by the Senator, Kiev was entrusted with the education of the young generation man who is “a staunch advocate of OUN bandits” (banned in Russia). “Viatrovych earnestly trying to prove that the Volyn massacre was a spontaneous uprising of the Ukrainian peasants,” – said Klintsevich.

Earlier viatrovych about the need to postpone the day from 9 to 8 may, citing the need to “educate the young generation”. He noted that a draft law that would abolish weekends 1, 2 and 9 may and 8 March.

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