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The HAGUE, April 30. /Offset. TASS Vitaly Chugin/. Action in memory of victims of the tragedy in Odessa House of trade unions was held in the centre of the Hague. Its participants demanded to punish the perpetrators of the killing of civilians on may 2, 2014, and called to attract attention of the public and the media to the situation in Ukraine in General.

“This year we again gathered in the centre of the Hague, to commemorate the victims of the events of three years ago in Odessa, – said the organizer of the event Dmitry Pisarev. – Despite the fact that all large swath of time that separates us from those sad events, we want to prevent “Odessa” has been forgotten. While justice in Odessa will not prevail, while the villains are not punished, we will continue to speak out and draw attention to the fact that the city happened.”

He also complained that in the West, there’s information blockade about events taking place in Ukraine . “Everything that’s going on here, as if by unanimous agreement of whitewash or even silenced. Today’s speech is another attempt to break the information blockade and reach people directly,” explained the organizer memory.

While Pisarev believes that the real culprits of the tragedy are unlikely to be punished under the existing regime, “since it is based on lies and crimes.” “Without a change of political regime justice in Odessa, perhaps, after all, not prevail, he said. – So you should only hope for internal expansion the current Ukraine on the fact that under the influences of external forces or the weight of their own bankruptcy, including economic, it will collapse. And I don’t just believe it, it seems to me that everything to go”.

Another participant shares the memory of Onno Frowein noticed that the Dutch authorities simply ignored the results of the Advisory referendum on Association with Ukraine. “And now with the introduction of a visa-free regime between the EU and Ukraine, these Nazis, including the “Right sector” (an organization banned in Russia) and battalion “Azov”, who killed people in Odessa, Ukraine will get an opportunity to come to the Netherlands and other countries of the Schengen zone,” – he stressed.

In Odessa on 2 may 2014, the radical “Right sector” and the so-called self-defense 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 making Russian a state language. Supporters of federalization took refuge in the House of trade unions, but radicals surrounded the building and set it on fire. In those tragic events, according to official data, 48 people died and over 200 were injured.