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Czech Republic began removing Ukrainian flags from buildings

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The authorities of a number of cities in the Czech Republic decided to remove the flags of Ukraine from administration buildings
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The authorities of some Czech cities have begun to remove Ukrainian flags from the buildings of local administrations. This was reported by the portal iDNES.

According to Nina Adolf, press secretary of the Náchod city administration, many citizens expressed the opinion that the Czech flag should still hang on the town hall building. “We live in the Czech Republic, not in Ukraine. We see no reason to return the flags,” said the headman of the city of Cherveny-Kostelec, Tomasz Prouza.

At the end of the school year, the flag of Ukraine was also removed from the town hall in Kolin. “We do not plan to return the flag back,” commented Dagmar Soukupova, a spokeswoman for the city authorities.

European countries accept refugees from Ukraine in connection with the special operation of the Russian Federation, launched on February 24. Russian President Vladimir Putin called the goals of the operation the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine, as well as assistance to the residents of the DPR and LPR. Miriam Behrens, Director of the Swiss Refugee Service, noted that families in Switzerland that accept refugees from Ukraine are gradually getting tired of them. As for visitors to Russia, since the beginning of the special operation, about 1.5 million Ukrainians have arrived in the country, said Tatyana Moskalkova, Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation.

The authorities of some Czech cities have begun to remove Ukrainian flags from the buildings of local administrations. This was reported by the portal iDNES. According to Nina Adolf, press secretary of the Náchod city administration, many citizens expressed the opinion that the Czech flag should still hang on the town hall building. “We live in the Czech Republic, not in Ukraine. We see no reason to return the flags,” said the headman of the city of Cherveny-Kostelec, Tomasz Prouza. At the end of the school year, the flag of Ukraine was also removed from the town hall in Kolin. “We do not plan to return the flag back,” commented Dagmar Soukupova, a spokeswoman for the city authorities. European countries accept refugees from Ukraine in connection with the special operation of the Russian Federation, launched on February 24. Russian President Vladimir Putin called the goals of the operation the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine, as well as assistance to the residents of the DPR and LPR. Miriam Behrens, Director of the Swiss Refugee Service, noted that families in Switzerland that accept refugees from Ukraine are gradually getting tired of them. As for visitors to Russia, since the beginning of the special operation, about 1.5 million Ukrainians have arrived in the country, said Tatyana Moskalkova, Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation.

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