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A Square Named After Crimea May Appear In Moscow
29.03.2014 00:04
A Square Named After Crimea May Appear In Moscow

A square named after Crimea may appear in Moscow in order to perpetuate the historical event of reunification of the peninsula with Russia. The corresponding proposal was sent to the Mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin by the deputies of the Moscow City Duma.

      “The proposal is aimed at recording the fact of this fateful decision" - one of the initiators of creation of the new square, the leader of the Communist Party Fraction in the Moscow City Duma Andrey Klychkov said. – “The proposals of naming a street or a square like this were heard at our meetings with the voters, during public rallies”. The deputies even advanced a proposal to rename the Square of Europe located near “Kievskaya” metro station. A stone was installed on this square in the middle of the last century, it was supposed to build a monument in honor of the 300th anniversary of the unification of Ukraine with Russia on that place.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Crimea Sobyanin    

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