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 All evidence points to Russia's trace behind May 2 Odesa tragedy, - Information Army of Ukraine. VIDEO

Russia consistently uses the Odesa tragedy in its propaganda. All the evidence points to Russia being behind the events in Odesa on May 2, 2014.

Censor.NET reports referring to a video dedicated to the second anniversary of the tragedy outside the Trade Unions House in Odesa, released by Information Army of Ukraine and posted on community's Facebook page.

"Today is the anniversary of the terrible tragedy in Odesa, which claimed lives of 48 people. Despite Russia constantly using this tragedy in its propaganda, all the evidence points to the fact it is Russia who stands behind the May 2, 2014 events in Odesa," the trailer notes.



The video also draws attention to how Russia's media depict a participant of those events in Odesa, who shot at Euromaidan supporters.

Read more: Ukrainian government must carry out independent and transparent investigation of tragic events in Odesa, EU Ambassador Tombinski says

"Further investigation revealed evidence of Russia's sponsorship for supporters of Kulykove Pole [the square outside the Trade Unions House - ed.] and Odesa militia [anti-Maidan activists ed.]. Moscow, which gave weapons to its supporters, created all conditions for the Odesa tragedy. There is no statute of limitations for such crimes. The Russian organizers and instigators of this massacre will sooner or later face the International Tribunal," the community says.

Read more: Maidan activists honored comrades murdered in Odesa on May 2. PHOTOS

As previously reported, on May 2, 2014, 48 people were killed in fire in the Trade Unions House on Kulykove Pole.
 
 
 
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