On March 4, a Ukrainian radical organization, the National Corps (banned in Russia), held a torch-lit march under the slogan “Remember the Heroes”. The action was of anti-Polish nature and was dedicated to 68th anniversary of the death of Ukrainian Insurgent Army Commander Roman Shukhevych, Zaxid.net reports.
The nationalists marched through central streets of the city. Apart from the National Corps, nationalist organizations Svoboda and the Right Sector (also banned in Russia) took part in the march.
Some of the participants were carrying banner “The city of Lvov is not for Polish gentlemen”.