On the night of Sunday, February 14, on Monday, in the village of Syurt, Uzhgorod district of the Transcarpathian region, where last year the deputies sang the hymn of Hungary during the oath of office, unknown persons wrote the words of the Ukrainian anthem on the walls.
This is reported by journalist Dmitry Tuzhansky.
So, two unknown persons, whom the camera recorded, at night wrote the words of the anthem with black paint through a stencil. This is not the first time that such graffiti has been applied in Hungarian villages, and “all this is done after the registration in parliament of a bill on the use of symbols of other states, in particular regarding restrictions on the sound of foreign anthems and the obligation to perform the Ukrainian anthem.”
“We won’t let anyone dominate in our native land,” the vandals wrote in Ukrainian a quote from the national anthem.
According to the journalist, the anthem was written on the walls with a provocative purpose, but “given the reaction of society to this provocation, Hungarians and Ukrainians are more and more critical of it,” but nevertheless Tuzhansky believes that provocateurs should be found and punished.
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Source: Русская весна by rusvesna.su.
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