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Friday, January 19, 2018

Ukrainian cruise liner “Vatutin” suddenly took a course to the shores of Russia

Ukrainian media reported that the cruise ship “General Vatutin” inexplicably refused entry at Odessa, changed course and now goes to the coast of Russia. Interestingly, a few days Vatutina Avenue in Kyiv was renamed in honor of one of the leaders of Ukrainian nationalists, Roman Shukhevych.

Photo: Cruiseinform.ru

It is known that a cruise ship “river-sea” went from Kiev on June 1 in the so-called burning the cruise. The ultimate destination was listed as Odessa, Kherson, however, for some reason he moved immediately to Ishmael, and then made the transition to Vilkovo.

It is known that the day before early in the morning he came out of Vilkovo, and then headed for Crimea. Last night he spent on the southern coast of the Peninsula. Currently, the ship goes to Rostov-on-don. The reason for these maneuvers is still unknown.

Note that just a few days ago the deputies of Kyiv city Council voted for the renaming of Avenue General Vatutin in honor of the leader of the UPA (organization banned in Russia) Roman Shukhevych. Connected between these two events is unknown.


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