Can “Russian world” be defeated when halted at front by Ukrainian forces, yet thriving within country?
Tamara Herheliuk from Verkhnyi Yaseniv believes otherwise. She thinks that even a victory on the battlefield will not bring an end to the war as long as Russian religious and cultural influence continues to dominate Ukraine
Tamara buried her son Mykhailo, who died at the front. Her other son Mykola is fighting now.
I am currently engaging with people from various regions of the country to investigate the reasons behind the obstruction of my legislation regarding humanitarian decolonization and the prohibition of the Russian church in the Verkhovna Rada. I will provide updates on this matter.
And when Arestovych opens a case against MP Natalia Pipa for her resistance to the propaganda of the "Russian world," he, not Natalia, should be held accountable for anti-Ukrainian actions.
As well as those who appoint such people to positions and then finance them.
About the author. Mykola Kniazhytskyi, journalist, Member of Parliament of Ukraine
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