The TV channel “Star” continues the project “Ukraine: East – West”dedicated to the lives of ordinary people in the neighboring country. After Kiev blogger Alexander Fomin went to the Western Ukraine – Lviv.
In Lviv, the most keenly felt anti-Russian sentiment. In one of the episodes of the new series Fomin visited a bar called “Krivka” (a cache of translated from Ukrainian). So in the 40-ies of the last century in Western Ukraine called the underground shelters of fighters of the so-called UPA (Ukrainian insurgent army, an organization banned in Russia).
The restaurant mimics the dugout Ukrainian Bandera. It serves beef “Everyday life of the Wehrmacht”, telling about the “exploits” of Stepan Bandera, Roman Shukhevych and other activists of the UPA, and on the walls hung with Nazi slogans. It is worth noting that after the coup in Kiev in 2015, the Verkhovna Rada recognized the members of the UPA fighters for independence of Ukraine. In the spring of 2016, the Polish Parliament adopted the document, according to which the actions of the UPA against the civilian population as genocide.
See the full series from Lviv in the framework of the project “Ukraine: East-West” on Thursday, December 22, on the website of the TV channel “Star”.