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14 April 2022, 16:04

Opinion: Attempts to revive neo-Nazi ideology in Ukraine succeeded in many ways

Vladimir Makarov. Screenshot of the video
Vladimir Makarov. Screenshot of the video

MINSK, 14 April (BelTA) – There were attempts to revive the horrible neo-Nazi ideology in Ukraine and these attempts bore fruit in many ways, Deputy Chairman of the Military and Scientific Community public association, Candidate of Pedagogical Sciences Vladimir Makarov told the On Point online project on BelTA's YouTube channel, BelTA has learned.

“The political elite of Ukraine is not independent in its decision-making. Ukraine has lost everything in the course of its reforms, which resulted in the economic collapse, the loss of territories and many more,” Vladimir Makarov said.

According to the military expert, they tried to revive the terrible ideology of neo-Nazism in Ukraine and they succeeded in many respects. “There are at least a million people there who have been taught to kill, they can do it very well and they are ready to die. This is not the entire population of Ukraine, but if someone raises their voice against them, they will simply kill this person. An example is Pavel Sheremet, who was an ardent opponent of the leadership of our country. He was killed and, as the investigation revealed, it was done by the participants of the so-called anti-terrorist operation,” he said.

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