Poroshenko ordered to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the victory over the Russians

Presidential decree prescribes organize festivities over the fighting on Mount Poppy.

Poroshenko signed a decree “On the celebration of the Ukrainian Sich Riflemen and the 100th anniversary of their victory on Mount Poppy.”

Taking Mountain Poppy - the battle of local significance during the First World War on the Carpatho-Galician front. It Imperial Russian Army clashed with parts Sichevykh Ukrainian archers, who fought on the side of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

During the fighting, attack Russian troops bogged down and they moved.

Poroshenko decree aims to promote “further strengthen the patriotic spirit in society, military-patriotic education of youth.”

23 April 2015

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