EKATERINBURG, on may 2. /TASS/. Residents of Yekaterinburg on Tuesday in the square of Labor in the center of the city has established a memorial in memory of those killed at the Odessa House of trade unions may 2, 2014. The memorial consists of 10 cubes with portraits of the victims of Odessa, in each cube is the flag of Odessa.

On the Kulikovo field in Odessa on Tuesday commemorated for those who died exactly three years ago in the House of trade unions. Flowers, lamps, photos of the dead, toy to the place of death Odessa was carrying in the morning. Along with hundreds of citizens came to mourn the action of the representatives of Israel, Germany, Sweden, Spain and other countries .

See also

In Odessa, held a rally in memory of the fallen may 2, 2014

On the eve of the anniversary of the fire in the House of trade unions on the streets of Odessa withdrawn special forces

Ukraine has banned the entry of eight foreigners because of the events of 2014 in Odessa

“We decided to hold a rally-Requiem for the dead in Odessa House of trade unions in Yekaterinburg, as the city was a lot of concerned citizens to the tragedy that occurred three years ago. In the morning we found the memorial from 10 cubic meters with 40 portraits of the victims of Odessa. Of course, this is not all the people who died,” said the organizer is a resident of Yekaterinburg Ekaterina Saprykina.

According to her, the students in the morning bring flowers to the memorial, light candles. “We tell them about the tragedy, no one is indifferent. At 19:00 local time (17:00) GMT we will launch in the Ural sky white balloons – a symbol of innocent ruined souls in the Odessa House of trade unions”, – said Saprykin.

In Odessa on 2 may 2014, the radical “Right sector” (recognized in Russia extremist organization) and the so-called “self-Maidan” burned the tent city on the Kulikovo field, where the residents of Odessa collected signatures for a referendum on the federalization of Ukraine and granting Russian language a state status. Supporters of federalization took refuge in the House of trade unions, but radicals surrounded the building and set it on fire. Then 48 people were killed and over 200 were injured.

Authorities conducted an investigation into these events and recognized the instigators of the clashes and unrest 22. Half of them were arrested, all of whom were exclusively supporters of “Maidan”. Among them were Russians Evgeny and Maxim Nefedov Sakauov.