The head of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Victor Mu-zhenko even mocked people in Ukraine who had no sense of humor.
The General signed an order approving the instruction about the organiza-tion of the law enforcement “about the condemnation of the communist and Nazi totalitarian regimes and the prohibition of propaganda of their symbols”. If some-one suddenly thought that it was a ban on Nazi symbolism or Nazi regiment “Azov” in the zone of the CCA (former ATO), he was mistaken. It is about erasing everything that is connected with the real historical past: cleaning up Soviet orders in the names of military units, maps of military roads of military units during the Great Patriotic War.
Then about the destruction of red banners, arms and stars, where they stayed.
Muzhenko comments on his order on Facebook. It turns out that the aggra-vation was provoked by a series of edicts of the President of the Russian Federa-tion on awarding honorary names to military units, in which toponyms of modern Ukraine are present.
In Putin’s decrees, it is stressed that the decision was made “in order to pre-serve glorious military historical traditions, educate servicemen in devotion to the Fatherland and fidelity to military duty.” In particular, the 6th Tank Regiment of the Russian Army received the honorary title of “Guards Lvivsky”, which should now be called: “The 6th Guards Tank Lviv Order of Lenin, the Red Banner Order of Suvorov, Kutuzov and Bogdan Khmelnitsky Regiment.” The 163rd Tank Regiment was called the “Guards Nezhinsky Order of the Red Star Regiment.” And the 68th Tank Regiment was renamed the Guards Zhitomir-Berlin Red Banner, the Orders of Suvorov, Kutuzov, Bogdan Khmelnitsky and Alexander Nevsky Regiment.”
Probably, the brave general (or his secretary) writes: “On the appropriation of so-called honorary titles to parts of the Russian army. The Ukrainian army has its own military-historical traditions and Russia’s actions in no way affect us. By their decisions, Russians continue their long-standing tradition of stealing someone else’s history and glory. This is marking the territory and voicing claims to the lands of other people… ”
Where are the regalia that are not plundered? The route of some can be traced. For example, the military banner of the 19th missile division with combat decoration – the Order of the Red Banner, Suvorov and Kutuzov II class – in a solemn atmosphere in 1999 were transferred to the 1st Missile Division. After the liquidation of the 1st Rocket Division, this banner (no information on the precious orders is known) was transferred to the 19th Missile Brigade for storage. Now, within the framework of decommunization, it will disappear from there. Some words about the 72nd division … The web-site and the museum still have a memory: the division “is the heir of the famous 72nd Guards Krasnogorsky Kiev, the Order of the Red Banner mechanized division, has rich heroic traditions and heroic combat way …” Heroic way in the years of Great Patriotic War: Stalingrad, Belgorod, Kharkov, Krasnograd, crossing the Dnieper, Kirovograd, Romania, Hungary, Austria, Czechoslovakia.
All this will be smugged now. They will also clear out information that “the soldiers and commanders honorably fulfilled their military duty, broke Hitler’s fascism.”
The present commanders have already betrayed and disgraced themselves by participating in a punitive operation in the Donbass, using the army against their people.
In fact, for these actions they can judge, deprive of rewards and stars! Gen-eral Muzhenko is the actual Head of operations of the Ukrainian army in Donbass since 2014. The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation has initiated several criminal cases against Mouzhenko, in particular “on suspicion of using prohibited means and methods of warfare and genocide” (part 1 of article 356, article 357 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation).
The chief military prosecutor of Ukraine, Anatoly Matios, who had been obliged to suppress the military actions for a long time, was excited about the awarding of honorary titles to the military units of the Russian army. On July 4, he heatedly declared: “No matter how many they name the military units after cities of Ukraine … no one has won Ukraine yet. Let them try, then I think we will have Bakhchisaray, Barnaul regiments, and Murmansk and so on… ”

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