The head of the Crimea called the Sabbath procession of nationalists in Kiev

the head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov has called the Sabbath a procession in honor of the leader of Ukrainian nationalists Stepan Bandera in Kiev.

on his page On Facebook he called such torchlight processions spit in the soul of millions of people and insult the memory of victims of Nazism.

“If the neighboring country, say its leaders, and moves to Europe, is Europe, specifically, Germany, the thirties of the last century”, — said Aksenov.

According to him, Crimeans, looking on the Sabbath, I thank God that have nothing to do with the country where “Nazi executioners and their spiritual heirs are national heroes.”

on 1 January in Kiev was held a March in honor of the 111 anniversary of the birth of Bandera. According to RIA Novosti, it was attended by about a thousand people.