The head of the Kremlin-controlled government of the annexed Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov, said he supports the proposal to hold an international conference in Crimea on the crimes of "Ukrainian Nazism".
Thus, Aksyonov commented on the process of decommunization in Ukraine, which he considers to be Nazism.
"According to the reports of the representatives of the Ukrainian authorities, Bandera's name has been given to more than three dozen streets, parks, squares in many cities," he said.
Aksyonov was particularly angry at the marches that Ukrainian patriots held on January 1 across the country in honor of the OUN leader Stepan Bandera's birthday.
At the same time, Aksyonov believes that representatives of the terrorist groups "DPR" and "LPR", along with delegates from Belarus, Israel and Poland, should come to the "international conference" in Ukraine.
Earlier Aksyonov surprised the public with another absurd decree. Thus, officials in the occupied Crimea, appointed by the head of collaborators, can no longer receive foreign awards and titles without his knowledge.
Apparently, the self-proclaimed head of Crimea does not care about many millions of funds that are received from Moscow and stolen in the Crimea. In particular, the journalists mentioned bureaucratic schemes in Yevpatoria around the financial means, supplied from the Kremlin