News » Politics 17 June, 2011, 22:34
Russia to cash in on May 9 public disorders in Lviv

Russia’s delegation at the PACE has tabled a motion “On countering neo-Nazism and rightist radicalism,” ITAR-TASS reports June 18.

The Kremlin has pointed its finger on 3 FSU Baltic states, Ukraine, Austria and Canada, claiming lack of prosecution for crimes committed by neo-Nazis there.

Citing Ukraine, the motion refers to May 9 events in Lviv when angered Lviv residents tore and burned red flags brought by Communists from Odesa and Crimea in violation of a court ruling banning red flags in the city.



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