Minister of Interior Affairs Arsen Avakov has reported of an exposure of a criminal group involved in a number of offenses, some of them antisemitic.
The author of three pieces of the destroyed graffiti titled "Icons of Revolution," an artist nicknamed Sociopath, has proposed to restore them on his own. He said no one has asked him for his consent for restoration, and without the consent the restoration is not possible. Sociopath called on Ukrainians not to buy souvenirs with his arts as he never agreed for its use for sales.
On the night of March 29, unidentified persons fired on the premises of the Consulate General of Poland in Lutsk. The attack made a hole in the roof and broke a window.
A monument to the prominent Ukrainian poetess Olena Teliha, recently installed in Babyn Yar, was doused with red paint last night.
Vandals desecrated tombs of the dead Poles at the cemetery in the village of Pidkamin, the Lviv region, on March 12.
A monument to Poles who died at the hands of Nazi troops in 1944, located in Huta Peniatska village in Ukraine's Lviv region, has been restored after it was destroyed and defiled by vandals in January 2017.
Unknowns have written "Our land" phrase on the fence of the Consulate General of Poland in Lviv and marred the compound building by red paint resembling bloody smears.
Unknowns have desecrated the Ukrainian and Polish memorials to the victims of the NKVD in Bykivnia, the Kyiv region.
Unidentified vandals have damaged a monument to Poles who died at the hands of Nazi troops in 1944 located in Huta Peniatska village in the Lviv region.
An identikit picture of a suspect of the rabbi Nachman grave desecration in Uman, the Cherksay region, has been published by local police.
In Poltava, unknown people have broken five memorial boards made in honor of Ukrainian servicemen killed during the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) in the east of Ukraine.
Unknown persons destroyed three plaques commemorating fallen anti-terrorist operation (ATO) soldiers in Poltava early in the morning of May 29.
A house in Russia's Orenburg, where famous Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko used to live, has been pulled down.
In the museum estate of Stepan Bandera in Volia-Zaderevatska village of Lviv oblast, the monument and a bas-relief of Bandera have been damaged.