Unidentified drew a swastika on the memorial plaque to the fallen on Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence square) in Kiev in 2014 in the city of Kremenchug, Poltava region, said on Wednesday the press service of the police.
"in Kremenchug unidentified made the phrase on the stele of" Heavenly hundred Heroes ", – RIA "Novosti" letter of the Ukrainian police.
on the memorial with black paint painted swastikas. The main Kiev square-Maidan Nezalezhnosti – was occupied by supporters of European integration November 21, 2013, immediately after the statement of the government Mykola Azarov about temporary suspension of the signing of the Treaty of Union with the EU. Later Maidan became the epicenter of confrontation between security forces and radicals. The result of the collision, during which the opposing political force many times had used firearms and " Molotov cocktails ", were dozens of casualties on both sides. Responsible for the death of over 100 people, which Ukraine called " Heavenly hundred ", fresh Ukrainian authorities have laid upon its political opponents – ex-President Viktor Yanukovych and interior Ministry special forces " Berkut ". Yanukovych and Employees of "Berkut" deny his introduction to the murders. Yanukovych said that he had not given orders to shoot peaceful protesters and even gave an indication to withdraw all police forces from Kiev.