Vyatrovich told about the decommunisation of Donbass

Вятрович рассказал о декоммунизации Донбасса

Vladimir vyatrovich told how dekommunizirovat uncontrolled territory

Director of the Ukrainian Institute of national memory is suggested to act quickly and decisively.

After the liberation of territories of Donbass decommunization in the region should be quick and decisive, as the speed will ensure success. This opinion was expressed by Director of the Ukrainian Institute of national memory, the historian Vladimir viatrovych, according to the chief editor on Sunday, November 11.

“When we started de-communization in Ukraine, we were also told that this process should be stretched for many years, this can not be done quickly. I am a supporter of swift and decisive changes. I am convinced that the speed and determination to ensure the success of reforms. Also convinced that decommunization in the Donbass should occur quickly enough after the liberation of these territories”, – he said.

Speaking about the future of de-annexed Crimea, viatrovych noted that a significant part of the facilities on the Peninsula will return to the historic Crimean Tatar names.

“Names that must be changed on the territory of Crimea in the framework of the process of de-communization, have been worked out and, moreover, voted in the Parliament but will come into effect after the liberation of Crimea. It’s about seventy-something names, of which a considerable part of which will return historical names, in particular, the historic Crimean Tatar names”, – he concluded.

We will remind, in February, Vladimir vyatrovich said that decommunization in Ukraine actually completed. The country was renamed about a thousand settlements and dismantled almost all the monuments to Lenin.

As is known, may 15, 2015 President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko signed a law on de-communization – “condemning the Communist and national socialist (Nazi) totalitarian regimes in Ukraine and the prohibition of propaganda of their symbols”; “the access to the archives of repressive bodies of the Communist totalitarian regime 1917-1991”; “On commemorating the victory over Nazism in the Second world war 1939-1945” and “On the legal status and the memory of fighters for independence of Ukraine in XX century”.

Documents of Soviet symbols is prohibited, condemned the Communist regime opened the archives of the Soviet intelligence services and is recognized as fighters for independence of Ukraine, the UPA and other organizations. Laws were passed by MPs at the session of the Verkhovna Rada by majority vote.

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