Breaking is not making. The City Council of Mariupol decided to sever relations with the Russian cities of Naryan-Mar and Taganrog. The so-called people’s deputies found these friendships irrelevant.
In such an industrial behemoth as Mariupol, local authorities certainly have more important things to do than to abolish contracts concluded in the early 1990s between sister cities.
It is quite clear that the decision made meets the outline of the Russophobic policy. If the one receives the task of destroying everything Russian, it means that everything connected with the Russian Federation will fall under the ax of the nationalists.
The executors of the anti-Russian gag orders can find a lot of work to do. After all, in every house, educational institution, in every street, factory and so on, there will always be a “Russian trace”. Dealing with the destruction of what their ancestors built and defended with such pride is, in fact, chop off their roots, without which death is a matter of time.
Alla Barkhatnova, the DPR People’s Council deputy