TALLINN - One more monument to Soviet soldiers, who died during World War II – a common grave of Soviet soldiers in the village of Kyulitse, in the southern part of the republic – has been desecrated in Estonia.
This was found out during the spring campaign for putting in order monuments and graves of the war times, held by activists of the Union of Russian Compatriots. According to Gennady Sukhov, a member of the Coordinating Council of the Union, the activists found traces of paint on the monument, with which someone tried to paint out the inscription on it.
The activists washed the monument and cleared the territory around it. The Russian consulate and the local administration were informed of the incident.