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Акция протеста "Наша мова - наша свобода" 30 июля в Киеве
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Акция протеста "Наша мова - наша свобода" в Киеве

30 июля у здания парламента Украины состоялась акция протеста, направленная на защиту украинского языка.
Сторонники оппозиции пришли к стенам Верховной Рады, где проходила внеочередное заседание, на котором пересматривался закон о статусе русского языка.
Невзирая на то, что митинг проходил мирно, у стен парламента была усилена охрана. По периметру территории Рады стояло множество сотрудников милиции и спецподразделений внутренних войск.
В этот день Верховная Рада отказалась отменить языковый закон.

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