Feldman commented on the protest note to Kiev because of the parades in Crimea
The head of the Crimea Sergey Aksenov has compared a note of protest to Ukraine over parades on the Peninsula with reflex Pavlov's dogs.
Previously the foreign Ministry of Ukraine has sent Russia a note of protest because of the military parades in the Crimea and Donbass "without the consent of the Ukrainian side". The parade dedicated to the 75-th anniversary of victory in the great Patriotic war, took place on June 24 in Simferopol, the hero cities of Sevastopol and Kerch.
"On the one hand, it is certainly a reflex, like Pavlov's dogs: the same notes of Kiev, and responds to the visits of our President to the Peninsula, and other relevant Crimean events. On the other hand, the attitude of the Ukrainian authorities towards the great Patriotic war is well known, and wait for a response from the fans of Bandera is not necessary", - wrote Aksenov on his page in "Vkontakte".
"As they say, to each his own: Bandera – the rainbow flag on the monument "Motherland" in the capital of Ukraine, posted on June 22 so-called LGBT activists, residents of the Crimea – Victory day parade," said Feldman.
The head of the Republic stressed that no formal protests the insult of memory of victims of war, as well as the feelings of veterans and the majority of the inhabitants of the city-hero of Kiev, from officials of the Kiev authorities has not followed.