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Monument to the soldiers of World War II was set on fire in the Amur region

Monument to the soldiers of World War II was set on fire in the Amur region
Photo: Prosecutor's Office of the Amur Region

In the Amur Region, in the village of Erofei Pavlovich, the police are looking for those guilty of setting fire to the monument to the soldiers of the Great Patriotic War. The fire destroyed the wreaths, the monument itself is now in soot.

According to Interfax - FAR EAST, the fire was reported this morning. Now the police are looking for those who may be involved in the incident. The prosecutor's office also started checking. 

This incident is not the first in the Amur Region in 2021. Earlier, teenagers scattered wreaths and beat "the monument in honor of the victory in the Great Patriotic War in Svobodny. Two girls 15 and 16 years old and a guy 17 years old are accused of vandalism.

 

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