The Ministry of Justice of Russia created a register of Nazi organizations and their paraphernalia. The department immediately included four Ukrainian organizations there, as well as the slogan “Glory to Ukraine” and the answer “Glory to Heroes”. TASS was the first to report this.
Officially, the list is called “List of organizations specified in parts three and four of Article 6 of the Federal Law “On the Perpetuation of the Victory of the Soviet People in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945″, as well as the attributes and symbols of these organizations.” Structures that cooperated with the topic of who was convicted at the Nuremberg Tribunal or deny its facts and conclusions are gathered there.
The Ministry of Justice added to this list the Ukrainian People’s Revolutionary Army (UNRA), the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA), the Ukrainian People’s Self-Defense Force (UNS), and the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists (OUN). The register also includes the attributes and slogans of these organizations. Among them is an emblem in the form of a black equilateral triangle with a stand pointing upwards and an emblem of a golden trident, the middle element of which is made in the form of a double-edged sword.
The Ukrainian Insurgent Army, Ukrainian People’s Self-Defense, and the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists were previously recognized as “extremist” in Russia and banned.