Kyiv city administration has compiled a list of 34 objects with Communist symbols, which are subject to removal, informs on Tuesday, the Ukrainian news Agency.
in may, the Kyiv city Council decided to dismantle the Communist symbols from public buildings, it is known as the Ukrainian national symbols. The Communist symbols to be dismantled, are any main image of the state emblem of the former Soviet Union hammer and sickle, as well as the image of Vladimir Lenin. The Department of communal property of the Executive body of Kyiv city Council (Kyiv city state administration) was requested until 28 June to compile a list of buildings that host the Communist symbols, and graphics for its dismantling.
"The press service of Kyiv city state administration, in response to a request by the UNN, sent a list of 34 objects with the Communist symbols that are to be removed. Among the 34 facilities: memorial plaques, mosaics, mosaic image of the hammer and sickle, stars on the spires of the houses, the coats of arms of the USSR ", - reports the Agency.
in the list of objects that are to be removed, got a cast-iron railing with the image of a star, hammer and sickle on the Patona bridge across the Dnieper river. Similarly, in the annotated list of Board Marshal of the Soviet Union Rodion Malinovsky, which is attached on the house on the street named in his honor. Disappear five-pointed star on the spire of the house number 25-A, which stands on the street Khreschatyk. Remove the reliefs with quotes Lenin with pylons middle of the hall metro station " Teatralnaya ".
The dismantling of this symbolism must be made before August 24 - the 24th anniversary of Ukraine's independence.
The Verkhovna Rada had passed a law banning the Communist and the national socialist (Nazi) totalitarian regimes in Ukraine and their symbolism. The document caused a great resonance in society, because it has not been clearly written by the boundaries of its use. For example, on assurances of experts, under the ban could get not only the symbols of Communist power, but also, in particular, orders and medals of veterans on which they were painted.