In St. Petersburg, a woman found a napkin with a poem about Bandera in her groceries: Russian special services are investigating
In St. Petersburg, a Russian woman found a napkin with a poem about Stepan Bandera, one of the main ideologues of the struggle for Ukrainian independence in the first half of the twentieth century. The woman said that she was shopping at a local hypermarket.
The incident was reported in the Russian media. According to preliminary data, on January 5, the woman made purchases in a grocery store on Tallinn Highway.
Upon returning home, she found a folded napkin with lines from a song glorifying Stepan Bandera and Ukrainian soldiers in the groceries. At the end of the letter was a New Year's greeting from an unknown person.
The Russian woman reported the incident to the hypermarket's security service, after which police officers took the napkin for investigation. Currently, the issue of initiating a criminal case under Article 205.2 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation on public calls for terrorist acts is being decided.
Earlier it was reported that in the Kaluga region of the Russian Federation, in the village of Kartsovo, teachers and children studying at a local school congratulated Russian dictator Vladimir Putin on his birthday. However, instead of the Russian president, the posters depicted the Ukrainian revolutionary Stepan Bandera, who is so feared and hated by Russians.