Ukraine plans to set up park for Soviet monuments

The Ukrainian authorities do not want Soviet monuments to be chaotically removed in the country and therefore plan to set up a special park of Soviet monuments, similar to the one existing in Lithuania, Ukrainian Minister of Culture Yevhen Nyshchuk said in Vilnius on Thursday.
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