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A fire broke out in the Trade Union Assembly building in Odessa. archive photo

Mironov offered to award the Order of Courage to the deceased at the Assembly of Trade Unions in Odessa.

MOSCOW, May 2 – RIA Novosti. Sergei Mironov, leader of the “Fair Russia – For Truth” party presented posthumously awarded the Order of Courage to the victims of the tragedy in the Odessa House of Trade Unions.

In Odessa, after the change of power in Ukraine in 2014, anti-Maidan activists set up a tent camp on the Kulikovo field as a sign of protest. In the afternoon of May 2, fights broke out between anti-Maidan activists on the one hand, and football ultras and Euromaidan participants from Kharkov and Odessa, on the other. The conflict ended with the demolition of the tent city and the burning of the Trade Unions House, where the “anti-Square” representatives took refuge. The victims of the tragedy that day were 48 people, more than 250 were injured.

Burning of tents of anti-Maidan activists on the Kulikovo field near the House of Trade Unions in Odessa - RIA Novosti, 1920, 05/02/2023

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“After his death, I propose to confer the Order of Courage to the heroes of Odessa … On May 2, 2014 in Odessa, an enraged neo-Nazi gang defeated the Novorossiya patriotic camp on Kulikovo Polar Square and set the building on fire. In the fire that broke out in the House of Unions, where the activists took shelter, 48 people died, eight died falling from the window, six more died on the street, in total more than 300 people were injured,” wrote the deputy on his Telegram channel.

As Mironov puts it, the “executioners of Odessa” await revenge “that will happen to them at the crime scene – at the House of Trade Unions.” “As I have repeatedly stated, a tribunal for Nazi criminals should be established and heroes who died for the right to live in one free country should be awarded the Order of Courage.

Earlier, the leader of the LDPR, Leonid Slutsky, proposed to keep alive the memory of the deceased at the Assembly of Trade Unions in Odessa by erecting a monument to them in Moscow.

On the eve of the anniversary of the tragedy, Maria Zakharova, the official representative of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, described the death of people in the House of Trade Unions in Odessa as a repetition of the crimes of Bandera in Khatyn during the Great Patriotic War. The applicant noted that a comprehensive investigation into the events in Odessa had not been carried out. Moreover, according to him, most of those caught on camera and clearly caught retaliating against living people are engaged in public activities.

Mass riots near the building of the House of Trade Unions in Odessa - RIA Novosti, 1920, 05/02/2023

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Source: Ria

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