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MOSCOW, January 19. /TASS/. Participants in a peace march, which took place in Kiev on January 18, should have held banners in their hands with inscriptions “I Am Odessa!”, “I Am Mariupol!”, “I Am Anatoly Klyan!”, “I Am Anton Voloshin!” in addition to banners with inscriptions “I’ Am Volnovakha!,” Russian Foreign Ministry Commissioner for Human Rights, Democracy and the Supremacy of Law Konstantin Dolgov wrote on his Twitter microblog on Monday.
“The participants in the peace march in Kiev should have held banners in their hands ‘I Am Odessa!’, ‘I Am Mariupol!’, ‘I Am Anatoly Klyan!’, ‘I Am Anton Voloshin!’, ‘I Am Igor Kornelyuk!’, ‘I Am Andrey Stenin!’, ‘I Am Laurent du Pasquier!’, ‘I Am Freedom of Speech in Ukraine!’ and ‘I Am Constitution of Ukraine!’ The sad list of victims of ultranationalists’ crimes can be prolonged. It’s enough to re-read the Russian Foreign Ministry’s White Book,” Dolgov said.
“Does Kiev allow a real march of Ukrainians for peace, for a genuine constitutional reform and for the end of killing residents in the south-east?” he said.