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Ukrainian Minister Wants to Grandly Reinter Nazi Collaborators Including Bandera

© AP Photo / Efrem LukatskyNationalist March in Kiev
Nationalist March in Kiev - Sputnik International
Ukrainians who died defending Europe against Nazism could have never imagined that some 70 years later their heroic deed will be desecrated by the glorification of a heinous Nazi collaborator. No, of course there is no Nazism in Ukraine, it's all Kremlin propaganda.

A participant in a march in memory of the Volhynia massacre victims, in Przemysl. - Sputnik International
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KIEV (Sputnik) — Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Volodymyr Omelyan proposed on Tuesday to reinter in Ukraine the body of Stepan Bandera, a WWII-era Ukrainian nationalist who collaborated with Nazis and was buried in Germany.

"They must return home," Omelyan wrote on Facebook, naming Bandera among members of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA) and other nationalists of the past century.

Bandera was a Ukrainian nationalist leader responsible for numerous atrocities against civilians as UPA’s leader. He was killed and buried in Munich in 1959. His tomb has been desecrated several times over the last few years.

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