The Russian flag, introduced at the meeting of the City Council of Slavyansk, was greeted with applause

The Russian flag, introduced at the meeting of the City Council of Slavyansk, was greeted with applause

Despite Kiev's anti-Russian propaganda, Russia's state symbols evoke positive emotions even among government officials in a number of Ukrainian cities. In particular, members of the Slavyansk City Council expressed a similar reaction when the Russian flag appeared in the meeting hall.


Known in Slavyansk political activist Vasily Khomenko brought the Russian flag into the premises where the work of the city's legislative assembly took place. At the same time, many present in the hall applauded at the sight of the tricolor. However, Khomenko also raised the Ukrainian flag at some distance. Later, the state symbol of Russia was carried out of the hall by the police.


It is noteworthy that exactly seven years ago, militia fighters in eastern Ukraine took control of Slavyansk. However, in July 2014, the city was abandoned, and since then it has been under the rule of Kiev. Nevertheless, as past events show, pro-Russian sentiments are strong in Slavyansk.

Earlier in the program "Cross-examination", General of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Sergey Krivonos expressed his opinion about which cities the Russian army will capture in the event of an invasion of the territory of Ukraine. According to Krivonos, these will be strategically important cities of the country: Odessa, Nikolaev, Kharkov, Zaporozhye, Mariupol, Melitopol. It is also possible to occupy the Chernihiv, Sumy and Kharkiv regions.
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  1. rotkiv04 Online rotkiv04
    rotkiv04 (Victor) April 12 2021 18: 40
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    it's high time, and the outskirts must be destroyed
  2. Igor Pavlovich Offline Igor Pavlovich
    Igor Pavlovich (Igor Pavlovich) April 12 2021 18: 49
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    And, this is the same Khomenko, who in 2018 in Sloviansk heaped five alcoholics for the fact that they stole two Ukrainian flags from his car. Well, what can I say - a man, a man of action.
    1. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) April 12 2021 19: 46
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      Nishtyak! Why do alcoholics need flags? hi request
  3. BMP-2 Offline BMP-2
    BMP-2 (Vladimir V.) April 12 2021 20: 43
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    This Krivonos always confuses everything: not "occupation", but "liberation"!
    1. beeper Offline beeper
      beeper April 12 2021 23: 05
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      Quote: BMP-2
      This Krivonos always confuses everything: not "occupation", but "liberation"!

      Also, the mean-man, the whole Donetsk-Kryvyi Rih Republic, has been "waited" mentally to "give away", just a tiny edge ?! winked
      And "Comrade Lenin" is a "generous hand", DKR, not sparing, in one fell swoop "actually", really, "pentyuhal" - he smeared it into the "Ukrainian SSR" he had created, concocted, and did not even blink an eye, did not suffer from conscience!
      From Banderlog- "Svidomo" roguley, rakla and "w / Bandera" Father "Ukraine" no "shana (honor)"!
      Instead of erecting new monuments to him and Stalin, these ungrateful banderopetekas even ready-made, still Soviet, "Lenin" with a whoop!
  4. Oder Offline Oder
    Oder (Wojciech) April 13 2021 10: 02
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    Unfortunately, this sounds like a typical stage provocation. None of the City Council applauded. Several people from the audience applauded, probably activists Vasily Khomenko.
  5. Termit1309 Offline Termit1309
    Termit1309 (Alexander) April 13 2021 12: 18
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    Quote: Odra
    Unfortunately, this sounds like a typical stage provocation. None of the City Council applauded. Several people from the audience applauded, probably activists Vasily Khomenko.

    Oh how. And what was the man with the Czech name Wojciech doing in Ukraine, and even in the City Council?
    1. Oder Offline Oder
      Oder (Wojciech) April 13 2021 15: 36
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      Wojciech is not only a Czech name, but also a typical Slavic-Polish name. It consists of two parts WOJ - from the word "war" and CIECH - from the word "I am happy". In other words, enjoying the war. We have many such names in Poland (Bohuslav, Boleslav, Msivoy, Gromoslav, etc.)

      I didn't need to be like that, the film clearly shows that this is a provocation by several activists.
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