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Activists renovate Soviet WWII memorial cemetery in southern Poland

April 08, 6:08 UTC+3 WARSAW

A total of 641 Red Army soldiers, mostly unidentified, are buried in Proszowice

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WARSAW, April 8. /TASS/. Activists of the Commonwealth of Kursk movement, which restores military and historical monuments in Poland, have completed an effort to repair a Red Army cemetery in the south of the country, the movement’s leader Jerzy Tyc said.

"Today, the Commonwealth of Kursk has completed repairs of a Soviet cemetery in Proszowice," Tyc wrote on his Facebook page on Saturday.

A total of 641 Red Army soldiers, mostly unidentified, are buried in Proszowice. The renovated cemetery will be officially unveiled on April 14.

The Commonwealth of Kursk is the only non-governmental organization in Poland that repairs WWII monuments and burial sites of Soviet soldiers, who died liberating the country from Nazi Germany.

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