Serbian artists created in the city of Novi Sad a huge graffiti portrait in memory of the deceased in the Donetsk region of Ukraine the commander of the battalion “Somalia” Mikhail Tolstoy, known under the Callsign Givi. About it reports a press-service of the Serbian Patriotic organization “Srpska Liga”.
“Givi recently killed, and this graffiti – sign Serbian solidarity. We want to draw attention to the fact that the brave never die,” – said the head of the organization Aleksandar Djordjev, quoted by TASS.
Graffiti in the size three on six metres is a picture of the Givi on the background of the St. George ribbon with the inscription “the Brave live forever” in Russian and Serbian languages.
As the message says, the idea of creating graffiti together embodied the Serbian Patriotic Association “Srpska Liga” and “SNP 1389”. Earlier, the same organization established in Belgrade graffiti in honor of the murdered in October of last year in Donetsk, the battalion commander “Sparta” Arsen Pavlov, known by the call sign Motorola.
The commander of the battalion “Somalia” Givi died on the morning of 8 February in his office in the city of Makeyevka of Donetsk region as a result of the shot jet infantry flamethrower “bumblebee”. The DNR in connection with the murder of Fat was declared three days of mourning.
The self-proclaimed authorities of Donetsk national Republic suggested that the murder was committed by Ukrainian special services, in the crime organization suspected of the adviser to the interior Minister of Ukraine Zoryan Shkiryak. The murder was classified as a terrorist attack, in fact, the Main military Prosecutor’s office DND opened a criminal case. It was reported that the Prosecutor’s office got on the trail of perpetrators of the murder Thick. On Thursday a source in law enforcement bodies of the DPR told Interfax that the customers of a crime “are in Kiev.”
On Friday, February 10, Givi was buried in a cemetery in Donetsk, near the burial place of Pavlova.