Director of the Institute of National Memory Viatrovich dismissed

Director of the Ukrainian Institute of National Memory Vladimir Viatrovich. Photo: strana.ua

The Cabinet of Ministers has dismissed the head of the Ukrainian Institute of National Memory Vladimir Viatrovich.

On September 18, 2019, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dismissed the Director of the Ukrainian Institute of National Memory Vladimir Viatrovich. This was announced by Viatrovich himself on his Facebook page.

The first who reported the dismissal of the Director of the Ukrainian Institute of National Memory was the MP Maxim Buzhansky. Later this information was confirmed by Viatrovich himself.

“I did as much as I could, one who can – let them do more,” Vladimir Viatrovich quoted the Roman Сonsul in his video message.

The reason for the dismissal is not called.

Viatrovich has headed the Institute of National Memory since 2014.

We recall that Vladimir Viatrovich has repeatedly stated that the UOC “is not the Ukrainian Orthodox Church”, and if it wants to continue its activities, it should be renamed into the Russian Orthodox Church. “Everyone perfectly understands that this Church cannot use the brand that it has used for more than 25 years in our country,” Viatrovich said.

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