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Ebene Magazine - Odessa switched to the Ukrainian language "conditionally" ru

The Ukrainian media talked about how the law is being observed in Odessa, according to which in Ukraine the entire service sector must communicate with clients in Ukrainian.

“Dumskaya” writes that “in many places the salespeople have become real silent and do not turn to the client first,” preferring to wait until the client himself speaks to find out what language to use in communication with him. At the same time, speaking Ukrainian “does not work very well”, but if the client speaks Russian, then the employees have “a mountain off their shoulders”.

The publication emphasizes that « a lot of trade workers, especially young ones, are fluent in government and do not experience any problems with communication. » Some networks, as the newspaper writes, “ukrainized” long before the adoption of the law – “apparently, this is the principled position of the owners”. In particular, we are talking about Silpo or McDonald’s.

According to Dumskaya’s estimates, about half of the employees of “large trading companies readily begin a dialogue in Ukrainian”, and “more than half of them are able to support it after the words:“ Good day! ”. However, « in such a network giant as Rozetka, correspondents were persistently served in Russian. » Employees of the state-owned Ukrposhta also “do not speak Ukrainian”.

As the newspaper writes, in « small shops – so to speak, » in the area « – the law is observed very conditionally. » There « everyone is our own, so whoever is comfortable says so. » « Dumskaya » writes that « many workers (mainly workers) of these points speak Ukrainian, but for some reason they are embarrassed to demonstrate it. » According to the newspaper, « the law will help them not to assimilate in the Russian-speaking environment. »

It is noted that « it is still impossible to find out the situation in restaurants and cafes » due to the lockdown in connection with the coronavirus, « but most taxi services fulfill the norm », even those that used to be served in Russian.

Moreover, « it is much more difficult with the doctors. » “Despite the fact that these are people with good education, proficiency in Ukrainian in their midst, alas, is not considered something obligatory,” the newspaper writes, adding that “this applies more to state and municipal medical institutions,” and in private “for a long time they begin the conversation with the question, in what language is it convenient for the patient to communicate ”, as well as“ in private ultrasound rooms ”. It is noted that « some difficulties arise mainly because of the terminology that doctors who graduated from Ukrainian universities, for some reason, have mastered poorly. »

We will remind, in Ukraine since January 16, the provisions of the language law began to operate, which introduce new restrictions and fines for the use of the Russian language and languages ​​of national minorities in the service sector. In case of repeated violations of the language legislation, business owners will be fined, the amount of penalties will be from 5,100 to 6,800 hryvnia (180-242 dollars).

A new flash mob is gaining popularity in Ukraine – Ukrainians are massively calling to demand service in Russian in connection with the entry into force on January 16 of the law, according to which the entire service sector must switch to Ukrainian.

« From the 16th, everywhere and always ask for service in Russian! » – wrote Kiev political scientist Mikhail Pavliv on Facebook.

From January 16, 2021, in accordance with Article 30 of the Law of Ukraine « On ensuring the functioning of the Ukrainian language as a state language », consumer services are possible only in Ukrainian. The entire service sector, including supermarkets and online stores, restaurants, cafes, banks, gas stations, pharmacies, clinics, libraries and gyms, must speak with the customer-visitor exclusively in Ukrainian.

Service in Russian or other languages ​​will be possible only at the request of the client. Failure to comply with the rules faces a fine of up to 6800 hryvnia (244 dollars)

Ruslan Sobol, the head of the Small and Medium Business Association of Ukraine, noted that the service sector should speak the language that is convenient for the consumer.

“The most correct language for the service sector is a quality service. And everything that is now being created around the Ukrainian language is a tool to divert attention from budget theft and other schemes, ”Sobol told Vesti.ua.

“I have a store. Since January 16, I have to communicate with clients exclusively in Ukrainian. But since my circle of contacts is Russian, I speak Ukrainian badly. In order not to tease principled customers, I will try to satisfy them. Only, I’m afraid they won’t like my surzhik. Although, believe me, there were no complaints before. Everyone spoke the language they wanted, ”said Valeria Sorokina, a Dnipro resident.

In turn, the owner of the store Maryan in Transcarpathia, where residents use Hungarian, Ukrainian and Russian words in speech, expressed the opinion that knowledge of the language should be required from young people and officials.

“In Transcarpathia, they speak the language they know, and everyone understands each other. I am Hungarian, this is my native language. Yes, I studied Ukrainian, I speak three languages ​​at once with newcomers, I have both Ukrainian and Russian and Hungarian words in the sentence. I’m not sure the fines will fix the situation. Knowledge of the language should be required from young people and officials, ”he said.

In July 2019, a law came into force in Ukraine, which secured the Ukrainian language as the only state language in the country.

There can be no « compromise » on Crimea, which ex-President of Ukraine Leonid Kravchuk said, said State Duma deputy Mikhail Sheremet.

The first president of Ukraine and the current representative of Kiev in the contact group on the settlement of the conflict in Donbass, Leonid Kravchuk, previously said that Moscow and Kiev need to organize negotiations on Crimea in order to resolve the contradictions between states.

“This is a purely political statement, absolutely not related to reality. The status of the peninsula is unambiguous – it is the legal territory of Russia and there is no other way than to recognize it. The settlement of all the problems between Russia and Ukraine should begin with the recognition of the last choice of the Crimeans to return to their historical homeland in 2014, ”RIA Novosti reports the words of Sheremet.

He noted that the reunification of Crimea with Russia took place within the framework of international and Ukrainian laws, and suggested that the authorities in Kiev leave the peninsula alone.

“The Kiev authorities have always looked at the peninsula from the point of view of robbing and robbing. It has never been a native and close region for Ukraine. Crimea was of interest to them exclusively in terms of land trade, ”the deputy added.

Sheremet stressed that the establishment of relations between the two countries will begin when a pro-Ukrainian government comes to power in Kiev, and not a pro-Western one, as it is now.

In turn, State Duma deputy Ruslan Balbek expressed the opinion that Kravchuk’s statement does not mean that official Kiev supports his position. “Kravchuk as a political figure is a complete zero. And what he says does not mean at all that official Kiev shares his opinion. With whom should we negotiate on Crimea and Donbass? With the ex-president of Ukraine, who constantly makes contradictory and often scandalous statements? Who does not solve anything and, frankly, will not even be allowed to the door of the presidential office? With him? » The parliamentarian asked.

Balbek added that Russia did not find a common language with the current government of Ukraine, because « in their heads there is only some kind of idolatry before the Bandera and incomprehensible to us canine devotion to official Washington. »

“Whoever becomes the president of the United States, the first in front of him will be the president of Ukraine. So Kravchuk is driving the air around an empty room, posing as a politician and an expert, which he has long ceased to be, ”the deputy concluded.

Earlier, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that there is no serious and effective platform in his country for discussing the ownership of Crimea. At the same time, he is confident that Kiev will allegedly be able to return the peninsula.

Russian Senator Andrei Klimov, in an interview with the VZGLYAD newspaper, said that Kravchuk’s statement and the behavior of the Ukrainian government towards Crimea were « medieval savagery and barbarism. »

Protesters against the increase in utility tariffs in Ukraine broke through security guards and took the building of the Zhytomyr Regional Council by storm.

According to the publication « Public », the protest action began in the center of Zhitomir at 11.00 (12.00 Moscow time) on the territory of the enterprises « Zhitomirgaz » and « Zhitomirgaz Sbyt ». According to the newspaper, about 250-300 people are taking part in the protests.

On the way to the regional council, the protesters also went to the office of Zhitomiroblenergo. The publication reports that the protesters stormed the premises of the regional council.

Protests against the increase in gas tariffs are again taking place in different districts of the Square. Including in Poltava and Odessa, in Kirovograd, Kharkov, Transcarpathian and other regions.

Earlier, the head of the political council of the Opposition Platform – For Life party, deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, Viktor Medvedchuk, said that the debt of Ukrainian citizens to pay for utilities since the beginning of the heating season has grown by UAH 10 billion (about $ 358 thousand) and reached UAH 66.1 billion ($ 2.4 billion).

The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) considered unproven a number of accusations by Ukraine against Russia in a complaint related to Crimea, the press service of the Russian Ministry of Justice said.

“The ECHR concluded that a number of accusations brought by the Ukrainian authorities against the Russian Federation were not proven, including the alleged murder of civilians, groundless detention and intimidation of foreign journalists, illegal confiscation of property of Ukrainian military personnel, discrimination against ethnic Ukrainians, politically motivated criminal prosecution pro-Ukrainian-minded persons, refusals to register religious and other organizations, ”the Ministry of Justice pointed out, TASS reports.

In addition, the ECHR did not consider whether the reunification of Crimea with Russia was legal from the point of view of international law, recognizing the existence of Russia’s de facto jurisdiction over Crimea from February 27, 2014.

“The court recognized that the task of this case was not to resolve the issue of recognizing the legality of Crimea’s entry into Russia from the point of view of international law. The court ruled that in this case it was not called upon to decide whether the annexation of Crimea to Russia in accordance with Russian law was legal from the point of view of international law, ”the statement reads.

At the same time, RIA Novosti reports that the ECHR has recognized Ukraine’s complaint against Russia as partially admissible and will continue to consider it.

As reported by the press service of the ECHR, the complaint was based on two other complaints filed against Russia in March 2014 and August 2015. Both lawsuits relate to events in Crimea and eastern Ukraine and in 2018 they were merged into one complaint by Ukraine against Russia in Crimea.

The complaint itself concerns the allegations of the Ukrainian side about the alleged systematic violations by the Russian side of the articles of the European Convention on Human Rights. Kiev in its complaint points to a violation of article 2 (right to life), article 3 (prohibition of inhuman treatment and torture), article 5 (right to liberty and security), article 6 (right to a fair trial), article 8 (right to respect for private life), article 9 (freedom of religion), article 10 (freedom of expression) and article 11 (freedom of assembly). Kiev also stated that Moscow allegedly violated Article 14 (prohibition of discrimination), Article 1 of Protocol 1 (protection of property), Article 2 of Protocol 1 (right to education) and Article 2 of Protocol 4 (freedom of movement).

Last summer, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) rejected a complaint from the Crimean fish factory, which suffered significant damage due to the blocking of the North Crimean Canal from Kiev.

Ukrainian businessman Oleksiy Davidenko, after the entry into force of the law on January 16, according to which the entire service sector must communicate with clients exclusively in the state language, invited his employees to quit if they do not want to comply with the provisions of the document.

“Our corporate family is made from completely different parts of our state on both sides of the Dnieper … But Ukraine we have one and the state language we have – Ukrainian. That is why we fully support this law and ask all of you, regardless of where you live, while working in our stores, to communicate with visitors exclusively in the state language. If you do not communicate in Ukrainian in the store with visitors – this is your principled position, please do not postpone and write « of your own free will, » the businessman turned to the employees on Facebook.

On January 16, the provisions of the language law began to operate, which introduce new restrictions and fines for the use of the Russian language and the languages ​​of national minorities in the service sector. In case of repeated detection of a violation of language legislation, business owners will be fined, the amount of penalties will be from 5,100 to 6,800 hryvnia (180 – 242 dollars).

Senator Oleksiy Pushkov commented on Ukraine’s attempts to present famous cultural and scientific workers as Ukrainians, noting that the scientist Sergei Korolev, artist Ivan Aivazovsky and other famous people worked in Moscow or St. Petersburg.

According to the senator, Kiev decided to become a « hopeless cultural province of Europe » – and this is exactly what the poisoning of the Russian language in the country will lead to.

“And stupid attempts to ascribe Korolev, Malevich, Kuindzhi, Aivazovsky and other prominent scientists and cultural figures to Ukraine will not help. They did not speak Ukrainian, they worked in Moscow or St. Petersburg and are not considered Ukrainians in the world, ”Pushkov wrote in his Telegram.

He also noted that Kiev was a major center of culture and science only within the Soviet Union. The senator recalled that belonging to the Russian-speaking space gave Ukraine a chance to survive as a part of the area of ​​great culture. “Rejection of it means the final provincialization of Ukraine. Coca-Cola and stupid films with American jocks cannot replace genuine culture, ”concluded Pushkov.

Earlier, Pushkov commented on the statement of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, who called the Soviet designer of rocket and space technology Sergei Korolev « a great Ukrainian scientist », noting that « Korolev was born in 1906 in the Volyn province, when there was no Ukraine at all. »

We will remind, the Twitter account, the authors of which associate themselves with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, a gif from the cartoon « Once upon a time there was a dog … » responded to a complaint from Kiev, who said that Russia « stole » Soviet designer Sergei Korolyov from Ukraine.

The VZGLYAD newspaper described in detail why Korolyov “called himself Ukrainian” while in Ukraine, and also that later, filling out the questionnaires, he wrote in the column “Nationality”: “Russian”.

Ukrainian blogger, leader of the Sharia Party Anatoly Shariy intends to visit Russia in order to be vaccinated against coronavirus with « Sputnik V ».

According to Shariy, he intends to visit Russia for the first time in 12 years to be vaccinated with the Russian Sputnik V vaccine, 112 Ukraine reports.

“I have been informed that we will be vaccinated in Pfizer Europe. And I do not want to be vaccinated with this vaccine, because I am absolutely not satisfied with the deaths that occurred in Norway, 23 deaths, ”he said.

Shariy left Ukraine on January 24, 2012 through the Zernovoe checkpoint by train Kovel – Moscow, after which he did not return to the country. In 2013, the Lithuanian authorities announced that they had granted Sharia political asylum, in connection with which he received a residence permit on the territory of the European Union.

Recall that the Ukrainian party « Opposition Platform – For Life » began collecting signatures for registration and production in Ukraine of the Russian vaccine against coronavirus « Sputnik V ».

It became known last week that Ukraine signed a contract for the supply of 1.8 million doses of coronavirus vaccine produced by the Chinese company Sinovac Biotech. Kiev expects to receive the first doses of the Chinese vaccine in February 2021. At the same time, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that Kiev had abandoned the Russian vaccine, since it is a « hybrid weapon against Ukraine. »

In the Odessa region, a Ukrainian, playing snowballs with his child, was stabbed in the back with a knife, the attack occurred after he was told about the game near a monument to servicemen.

A man played snowballs with a child and threw them towards the monument to servicemen, a married couple passing by made a remark, reports « Strana.ua » with reference to the press service of the regional administration.

After that, a conflict ensued between them, which turned into a fight. The child’s father stabbed one of the spouses, in response the woman took out a knife and stuck it in his back.

“The event was preliminarily qualified under Art. 125 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (Intentional minor bodily injury – approx. LOOK). However, after receiving a medical conclusion that the victim’s pulmonary pleura was damaged, she was re-qualified to Part 1 of Article 121 of the Criminal Code (severe bodily injury – approx. LOOK). Under the procedural leadership of the Izmail Prosecutor’s Office, the investigators informed the offender about the suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm, and a petition will be sent to the court to choose the suspected measure of restraint, ”the publication quotes Acting Head of the Izmail District Police Department Alexander Kuchugur.

In 2019, in Krivoy Rog (Dnipropetrovsk region), a man killed a Russian citizen during a drunken quarrel, stabbing him about 60 times.

Since the beginning of the heating season, the debt of Ukrainian citizens to pay for utilities has grown by UAH 10 billion (about $ 358,000) and reached UAH 66.1 billion ($ 2.4 billion), said the head of the political council of the Opposition Platform – For Life party. Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Viktor Medvedchuk.

“Non-raising tariffs in Ukrainian is when the level of payment for utility bills during only November 2020 (the start of the heating season) collapsed, and the debt increased by UAH 10 billion (up to UAH 66.1 billion),” Medvedchuk quoted TASS as saying.

The parliamentarian expressed confidence that the temporary concessions on the part of the Ukrainian government on the issue of gas prices should not be taken seriously. « Servants » (representatives of the ruling party « Servant of the People ») of the oligarchs do not intend to revise the tariffs for cold and hot water supply, heating, which have already increased since January of this year, or to return the preferential tariff for electricity supplies that was in effect before the increase, « Medvedchuk explained.

Recall that from January 1, the government of Ukraine, at the suggestion of and. about. Energy Minister Yuriy Vitrenko has canceled the preferential tariff for electricity for the population. In addition, since November last year, Ukraine has increased the price of gas for the population by 35%.

Earlier, the director of the Institute for Economic Development of Ukraine Alexander Goncharov said that a new lockdown and a sharp increase in prices for housing and communal services will lead to a collapse of the solvency of businesses and citizens of Ukraine.

In the Kiev supermarket of the Lithuanian chain Novus, the buyer staged a provocation by throwing a toy with the symbols of the Russian army on the store shelf, the company’s press service reported.

The man brought a Christmas tree decoration and put them on the shelves of the supermarket, after which he shot a video in which he said that the store was selling jewelry with Russian symbols, according to the Facebook of the trading network.

In the video footage of the store, a man pulls out an item and places it with other non-food items. In his own video, he shows a toy with the inscription « Russian Army », commenting on the situation.

“Russian Army, please. 2021 guys. Just for sale. We have been fighting for seven years, they are selling this. They’re just ugly, ”said the author of the video.

“Currently, this video is misleading our dear customers … We officially inform you that this product is not sold by the Novus supermarket chain. We are very sorry that our network has become an object of provocation today. We value our customers and carefully select each item that ends up on our shelves, ”the company said in a statement.

In December last year, a scandal erupted in Ukraine over the Army of Russia Christmas tree decorations produced by the Klavdievskaya Christmas tree decorations factory in the Kiev region. After a public outcry, the circulation of toys was destroyed.

Russia is disappointed by the lack of reaction of the European Union to Kiev’s inhuman violation of basic human rights, said Ivan Soltanovsky, Russia’s permanent representative to the Council of Europe (CE).

“We are more than disappointed by the silence of the European Union, other colleagues, as well as observers of the Council of Europe in connection with the inhuman practice of violation of human rights by Kiev,” Soltanovskiy is quoted by TASS.

He noted that while verbally expressing concern about the fate of the Crimean Tatars, Kiev is trying to « strangle » Crimea by means of a water blockade.

The diplomat also added that Kiev’s accusations about the rights of national minorities in Crimea are groundless. He recalled that over the past six years, Russia has actively contributed to strengthening the socio-economic, cultural, religious rights of national minorities living in Crimea. In particular, representatives of the Armenian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Greek, Crimean Tatar, Italian and German communities.

“The efforts of the Russian authorities to strengthen interethnic peace and harmony are obvious to any impartial observer. There are no facts of ethnic tension in the everyday life of Crimea, ”the diplomat emphasized.

Earlier, the press service of the Russian Ministry of Justice said that the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) considered unproven a number of accusations of Ukraine against Russia in a complaint related to Crimea.

Last summer, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) rejected a complaint from the Crimean fish factory, which suffered significant damage due to the blocking of the North Crimean Canal from Kiev.

Senator Alexei Pushkov believes that if the former chief official of the State Department for Russia and the countries of the former USSR, Victoria Nuland, is appointed to the post of US Deputy Secretary of State, the use of Ukraine as a military foothold against Russia is likely.

The senator called the nomination of this candidate for the post of US Undersecretary of State expected, noting that Nuland is a symbolic figure for American foreign policy, which has always advocated « regime change » and the mobilization of other countries to fight Russia at the expense of their own interests.

“With the appointment of Nuland, any inclinations of the State Department towards political realism, even theoretical ones, have been ruled out. But the intensification of the use of Ukraine as a military foothold against Russia is very likely, ”Pushkov wrote in his Telegram.

In addition, Pushkov recalled that her husband, neoconservative Robert Kagan, is an active supporter of the « alliance of democracies » against China and advocates the constant containment of Russia.

Earlier it was reported that the US President-elect Joseph Biden nominated the former chief official of the State Department for Russia and the countries of the former USSR Victoria Nuland for the post of Deputy Secretary of State for Political Affairs.

We will remind, Nuland worked as Assistant Secretary of State for Europe and Eurasia. This included the solution of issues related to Russia. In addition, she was the official representative of the State Department, the permanent representative to NATO. In January 2018, she was named CEO of the Washington-based Center for a New American Security. In 2019, Nuland spoke at a hearing before the House Foreign Relations Committee of the US Congress and proposed « painful sanctions » against Russia.

The accusations of Ukraine against Russia in the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) regarding the referendum on the peninsula in 2014 are untrue and a slander, in fact, the court should deal with the violation of the rights of Crimeans by Kiev, said the head of Crimea Sergey Aksenov.

“On the one hand, this is, of course, a“ click on the nose ”of international scammers, liars and provocateurs. On the other hand, we know from experience that the decisions of the ECHR in relation to Russia are often sinned with bias and open politicization. It is clear that the proceedings will continue further, ”Aksenov wrote on VKontakte.

In his opinion, if desired, the representatives of the court could study the real state of affairs by visiting Crimea and working on the spot. In this case, they would have reacted long ago to real violations of the rights of Crimeans, the reasons for which are « barbaric, with signs of genocide blockades by Ukraine, » added the head of Crimea.

In turn, the senator from Sevastopol Yekaterina Altabayeva also stated that the blockades of Crimea organized by Ukraine should be the subject of consideration by the ECHR.

“If we were to deal with filing a complaint with the ECHR, it would be necessary to file it against Ukraine. After all, there was (by the Ukrainian authorities in relation to Crimea – ed.) A transport blockade, a blockade of water, then there was no light, we can say that humanitarian, human contacts were interrupted. This is what we need to talk about, ”Altabayeva told RIA Novosti.

The senator recalled that the democratic choice of the Crimeans and Sevastopol residents was made in a legal way, they used their right.

On Thursday, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruled unproven a number of Ukraine’s accusations against Russia in a Crimea-related complaint.

Russia’s Permanent Representative to the Council of Europe (CoE) Ivan Soltanovsky said that Russia is disappointed by the lack of reaction of the European Union to Kiev’s inhuman violation of fundamental human rights.

Last summer, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) rejected a complaint from the Crimean fish factory, which suffered significant damage due to the blocking of the North Crimean Canal from Kiev.

In Ukraine, over the past day, almost 8 thousand new cases of coronavirus infection were registered, 2229 patients were hospitalized.

The Minister of Health of Ukraine Maxim Stepanov said that 7925 new cases of coronavirus infection were detected in the country per day, which is 1516 more cases than the day before. He wrote about this on his Facebook.

According to him, the largest number of cases was detected in Kiev (794), Donetsk (588), Zaporozhye (554), Lvov (482) and Nikolaev (460) regions. Among the sick over the past day, 233 children and 345 health workers.

Also on Thursday, a law on fines for businesses for the lack of masks on clients and staff came into force in Ukraine. For ignoring the law, a fine of 3.4 thousand to 5.1 thousand hryvnia (from $ 120 to $ 180) is provided, TASS reports.

Recall that the Ukrainian party « Opposition Platform – For Life » began collecting signatures for registration and production in Ukraine of the Russian vaccine against coronavirus « Sputnik V ».

Last week it became known that Ukraine signed a contract for the supply of 1.8 million doses of coronavirus vaccine produced by the Chinese company Sinovac Biotech. Kiev expects to receive the first doses of the Chinese vaccine in February 2021. At the same time, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said that Kiev had abandoned the Russian vaccine, since it is a « hybrid weapon against Ukraine. »

A criminal case has been opened in Ukraine in connection with the illegal export of an icon donated by Bosnia and Herzegovina to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, said Oleg Nikolenko, a spokesman for the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry.

“Ukraine does not accept the language of conditions and ultimatums from a member of the Presidium of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Milorad Dodik. The fact that the icon comes from Ukrainian territory is an indisputable fact. The General Prosecutor’s Office of Ukraine has opened criminal proceedings in the case of illegal export. We expect that the Bosnian-Herzegovinian side will not use the icon in the internal political struggle, but will assist in the framework of a criminal investigation and examination and in its early return to Ukraine, ”Nikolenko quotes UNIAN.

According to him, Ukraine and BiH are parties to the convention on measures against the smuggling of cultural property, according to which it is prohibited to import relics stolen from museums or churches. In this regard, at the request of another state party to the convention, it is necessary to take steps to return cultural property.

Earlier, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said that Kiev would continue to demand the return of the icon donated by Bosnia and Herzegovina to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

Let us remind you that during his visit to BiH on December 14, Lavrov visited East Sarajevo, where Dodik presented him with an Orthodox icon, whose age, as reported, 300 years old, it was allegedly « found in Lugansk. » Kiev said that it was a « cultural heritage site of Ukraine », but did not provide evidence of rights to the icon donated to Lavrov. Russia returned the icon to Sarajevo to clarify its history through Interpol. Dodik said that BiH would give the icon back if Ukraine proves that it was looking for it before his meeting with Lavrov.

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