Police raid at library in Moscow and controversial accusations of “anti-Russian propaganda”

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At the same time there is another evidence: the employees of Moscow-based Library of Ukrainian Literature presented a document proving that the book by Dmytro Korchynskiy, which was allegedly found in the library, had been confiscated in 2010 and not returned to the library. “The investigators “planted books that had been confiscated during the first search in December 2010 and not returned to the library,” Muntyan said. Officials in the Ukraine’s capital issued comments about “Russophobia” as reaction to any expression of Ukrainian identity. Ukraine’s Culture Ministry specified that now the Ukrainian language and culture are now “effectively banned in Russia.”

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