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Heroes of the Revolution of Dignity awarded Order “For courage” in Lviv

Ihor Zastavny, Maidan hero, receives the Order “For courage” from the Head of Lviv Regional State Administration, Oleh Syniutka
Heroes of the Revolution of Dignity awarded Order “For courage” in Lviv
Translated by: Christine Chraibi

“On Tuesday, March 1, the Head of Lviv Regional State Administration, Oleh Syniutka and the head of the Lviv Regional Council celebrated the heroes of the Revolution of Dignity from Lviv region.” reports the press service of the regional administration.

“According to the decree of the President of Ukraine, we hereby confer the Order “For courage” (III degree) for civil courage and selfless upholding of constitutional principles of democracy, human rights and freedoms during the Revolution of Dignity on the following Maidan activists: Arsen Wilchynsky, Vasyl Halamay, Bohdan Datsyshyn, Andrew Zhupnyk, Ihor Zastavny, Oleksandr Labetsky, Kostyantyn Maiboroda, Myroslav Onysko, Ivan Plish, Ivan Rapovy, Bohdan Riznyk, Oleh Sukhinsky and Roman Tityk.k. The decree was signed by the President of Ukraine on February 17th.”


Vasyl Halamay at Rehab Centre
Vasyl carried by volunteers on Instytutska
Ihor Zastavny in Lviv
Ihor evacuated by activists on Instytutska



Translated by: Christine Chraibi
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