The leader of group “Ocean of Elza” Svyatoslav Vakarchuk believes that the destruction of the historic graffiti in the center of Kiev said about the lack of conscience of the one who did it.
The façade of the furniture store “the Emporium” on the Grushevsky street in Kiev has disappeared by the famous Patriotic graffiti inflicted during the revolution of dignity. It is known that the inscriptions have been erased by the owner of a furniture store. He justified his decision by the fact that graffiti are “typical street art, which from time to time remove utilities”.
Meanwhile, the former Minister of culture of Ukraine Vyacheslav Kirilenko said that these actions are subject to criminal liability, and the activists in turn set fire to tires and smashed shop.
Svyatoslav Vakarchuk also not spared of the event, expressing their opinion on the incident in his microblog.
“Conscience needs no economic or political expediency. Don’t protect her no lawyer. Conscience is either there or it’s not,” commented Vakarchuk, holding a photo of the graffiti.
We will remind, earlier it became known that “Okean Elzy” leaves the stage.