"No to fascism in Ukraine" mass-meeting takes place in Makhachkala
Makhachkala, November 11, 2014. Makhachkala hosts a meeting untitled "No to fascism, no to war in Ukraine", the press service of the Russian Workers' Party in Daghestan reports.
The members of the Regional Branch of the Russian Workers’ Party in Daghestan together with the staff of the Republican Polytechnic College attended the meeting.
Having given a speech, the chairman of the Russian Workers' Party Anvarbek Kadiev noted that the Workers’ Party in the Republic of Dagestan unites about 4 million members.
"Messages, coming from Ukraine, seriously make us think about the possibility of fascism revival in this country, which in 1945 was declared an outlaw. Facts of mass executions, removal of children from Russian-speaking families only for the fact that parents do not speak Ukrainian, the announcement of the birth of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army as public holiday - these are just a short list of the events, which brought people to participate in the meeting"- Kadiev pointed out.
As to Kadiev, the glorification of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army, an essentially fascist criminal organization implicated in the mass extermination of people on a national basis, is an insult to the memory of the victims of fascism and their relatives.
All speakers also condemned the aggression of Kiev current government in regard to the southeastern regions of Ukraine. By results of the meeting, an appeal to the Supreme Rada of Ukraine with resolution "No to fascismб no to war in Ukraine" was unanimously adopted.