The Senator called on the Czech government to apologize for the desecration of a monument to Konev


Senator Vladimir Jabbarov called the dismantling of the monument to Soviet Marshal Ivan Konev in Prague sacrilege and urged the Czech authorities to apologize for such actions. It is reported IA “NSN”.

“That no one will suffer. This is a complete mess. Some kind of ghoul, I’m sorry for the rude word, believes he has the right to dispose of such things. All this was done, delivered, planted, probably, long before his birth. This monument, which symbolizes the liberation of Prague by Soviet soldiers, its preservation intact of us very dear,” said the member of the Federation Council.

the Monument was demolished on 3 April 2020. Group of persons engaged in the dismantling, was also hit by commemorative inscriptions. According to dzhabarov, such behavior is “offensive”, given the fact that Russia was ready to buy the monument and transported to the homeland of Marshal.

the demolition of the sculptures also commented on the head of the international Federation Council Committee Konstantin Kosachev. According to the Senator, for the actions of Prague should be followed by “political conviction”, reports RT.

“the Actions of Prague cannot be described as immoral, blasphemous and totally politicized. Wonderful Prague… exists solely due to the fact that were human and was a feat of soldiers and officers of the red army, led by Marshal Konev”, – said the politician.

Earlier, Russia’s Investigative Committee opened a criminal case in connection with the dismantling of the monument to Soviet Marshal Ivan Konev in Prague. The Ministry said that the Czech Republic violated the agreement with the Russian side.

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