Prague to rename a bridge after Vitaliy Skakun, the Ukrainian soldier who blew himself up to destroy a bridge to block the invaders progress
Authorities of the Czech capital, Prague, have approved a proposal to rename a railway bridge after Vitaliy Skakun, the Ukrainian soldier who blew himself up to destroy a bridge in the Kherson region to block the progress of Russian troops on February 24, the day the Kremlin started its unprovoked invasion of Ukraine. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy posthumously gave Skakun the title of Hero of Ukraine.
In addition, one of the streets in Prague that runs in front of the Russian Embassy will be renamed to Ukrainian Heroes Street.
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