As a number of media reported on January 4, the head of the public organization “Euromaidan-Crimea” Sergei Mokrenyuk, who was the head of the department of the Ministry of Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons, and who “noted” in 2012 with an attempt to get into parliament through the Crimean majority district from the party of Vladimir Litvin, whose Crimean scams we have repeatedly described, “appealed to the Ministry of Development of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure of Ukraine with a proposal to rename the city of Shcholkino to the city of Kemske” in honor of the Hero of the Heavenly Hundred Sergei Kemskyi.

Let us recall that now this “city of Crimean nuclear scientists” is proposed to be renamed Kazan-Tip according to its location. Let us note that Sergei Kemsky was born in November 1981 in Kerch, and after graduating from Kerch secondary school he entered the Ivan Franko Lviv National University, and after university he worked at the Kiev Institute of Political and Economic Risks and Prospects, and spent the last years of his life in Korosten and was an activist of the Union of Anarchists of Ukraine.

At the end of 2013, Kemskyi was one of the organizers of rallies of Euromaidan supporters in Korosten; he repeatedly came to Euromaidan in Kyiv, where on February 20, 2014 he was killed by a sniper on Institutskaya Street, not far from the October Palace, during a clash between Euromaidan supporters and “Berkut”. Sergei Kemskyi was buried in the village of Velikiy Yablonets, Zhitomir Region, in the homeland of his parents, and a monument was erected to him in Korosten. There is no information in open sources about Sergei Kemskyi’s connection specifically with the city of Shcholkino (Kazan-Tip).

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