The fight took place in Bila Tserkva in the Kyiv region due to the fact that a group of people were listening to the song “Music is playing on the boat” on the street. This was reported on July 22 by the Ukrainian edition of Strana.ua.
“There is a fight in Belaya Tserkov because of Russian music. The conflict occurred with a company that listened to the song “Music plays on the ship” on the street, ”the message on the Telegram channel says.
In the end, a fight broke out between passers-by and listeners. Kiev brought the language: will Ukraine grant rights to national minorities for the sake of joining the EU The Rada is considering a document softening the requirements to speak only Move
In early June, Verkhovna Rada deputy Natalya Pipa wrote a statement to the police against a young man who performed Tsoi’s songs in Russian in Lvov. According to the deputy, the musician broke the law.
Later, on June 21, the State Art Agency under the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine announced that the songs of the Soviet rock musician and leader of the Kino group Viktor Tsoi were not forbidden to be performed publicly in the country.
The policy of decommunization has been carried out in Ukraine since 2015 after the adoption of the law “On condemnation of the communist and Nazi regimes”. The law provides for the renaming of all topographic objects whose names are in any way connected with the USSR, as well as the demolition of monuments and the dismantling of memorial plaques. Recently, the Ukrainian authorities have begun to fight not only with Soviet history, but also with everything connected with Russia and the Russian language.
So, for example, on July 6, a petition appeared on the website of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky with a request to rename the courts with Soviet and Russian names. There are at least 94 courts in the country, the name of which is associated with the Soviet and Russian ideology, the press service of the Ukrainian leader noted.
On May 29, the Kyiv authorities renamed Mikhail Bulgakov from a “Russian writer” into an “outstanding Kyivian”. Changes were made to the memorial plaque installed on the facade of the museum of the Russian writer.
On May 18, the mayor of Kyiv, Vitaliy Klitschko, announced the “derussification” of a number of objects in the Ukrainian capital. Thus, a number of metro stations received new names. “Leo Tolstoy Square” and “Prospect of Truth” were renamed into “Ukrainian Heroes Square” and “Warsaw”. The station “Friendship of Peoples” was named “Zverinetskaya”.
At the same time, Russian President Vladimir Putin has repeatedly noted the absurdity of Kyiv’s attempts to abolish Russian culture. Moreover, on October 14, 2022, he stated that Russia should not act by analogy with other countries and cancel Ukrainian culture.Share: