Jan. 22, on the Day of Unity of Ukraine, hundreds of activists of Civil Corps AZOV, as well as organizations “Carpathian Sich,” “UNSO,” “Sokil” and others held a march against the crimes of immigrants in Ukraine. It was a single case, but the measures taken by Ukrainian nationalists are also meant to be a solidarity rally with all European patriots who currently have the guts to act against the “refugee” plague in Europe.
In December of 2015 about 13 foreigners in Ivano-Frankivsk kidnapped, abused and raped two young Ukrainian girls, 11 and 12 years old. The perpetuators were the foreign students of one of Ivano-Frankivsk universities.
Thanks to the activities of Civil Corps AZOV the law enforcement finally started investigating the case and have already detained two participants of the crime.
From the Vicheva Square the activists approached the walls of Medical University, at which they demanded the resignation of pro-rector for scientific and pedagogical work. The destination of the column was a sanatorium where live the foreign students of Ivano-Frankivsk National University of Oil and Gas.
The main purpose of the event was to make it clear to the enemy that Ukrainians will not tolerate immigrant crimes in the country. In particular, the participants chanted and held the big banner with an inscription “Remember, stranger – a Ukrainian is the master here!”
Sergiy Syvachuk, the head of Ivano-Frankivsk branch of Civil Corps AZOV, held the following speech:
“Today is the Day of Unity of Ukraine. We suffer daily losses. In the east, on the front, in the zone of the anti-terror operation. And these days, this time in Ivano-Frankivsk, in the deep rear, a bunch of foreigners whom sheltered Ukraine, gave them the opportunity to study, get a higher education, committed such a shameful act.
There are not many of us, but our voice will be heard everywhere throughout Ukraine. And everyone whose heart has not become mean yet, will respond to us. And those whose heart is mean – we will call to account ourselves.
Glory to Ukraine! Glory to heroes!”