In the center of Kiev, despite the ban of the authorities, the veterans noted on February 23
In the center of Kiev, despite the authorities' ban, the veterans celebrated the 100th anniversary of the creation of the Red Army. Yuri Solomatin, an ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, talked about it to the "Political Navigator".
The action was held near the Eternal Flame in Glory Park and gathered about 50 people.
"Our Soviet people-Victorious, came temporarily without identification signs in the form of clothes, flag or flags, ribbons and badges, but with red carnations. This camouflage was broken by three fighting women - with two posters, a portrait of Stalin and two flags of the Victory Banner, "Solomatin said.
The Nazi nationalists did not interfere with the meeting. Participants of the action made a group photo for memory.