Far-right activists alongside veterans of the ultranationalist Azov battalion have held a torch-lit march commemorating a Nazi collaborator and late leader of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, as well as contemporary “heroes” who lost their lives in Ukraine's civil war.
The torchlight procession dubbed, “Remembering the heroes,” marched through the streets of the western Ukrainian city of Lvov late on Sunday. Chanting “Glory to nation – death to the enemies” and “glory to Ukraine,” the ultra-nationalist activists carried flags of the National Corps party alongside lit torches and flares.
The march culminated with a rally in front of the monument to the Fighters for Freedom of Ukraine. The crowd with lit flares read an “anthem of Ukrainian nationalist” to commemorate the WWII-era Nazi collaborator Roman Shukhevych, as well as contemporary “national heroes,” who have died in the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine.
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