From the “Communists of Russia” St. Petersburg asked to change its name 03:59

The Russian party “Communists of Russia”, St. Petersburg’s name is St. Petersburg, whose hero city is Leningrad. Petersburg announced that it should be changed. Its representatives sent a letter with the corresponding request to the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Mikhail Mishustin, the Chairman of the State Duma Vyacheslav Volodin and the Chairman of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko. DEA News party leader Sergei Malinkovich.

“Still, the city must have a double name – the hero city of Leningrad, St. St. Petersburg. That’s the official name we want it to be,” said Malinkovich.

According to him, St. Petersburg should be given such a name, because “for the whole world” it is “first of all, a city that has survived the fascist blockade and defended itself and the right to exist as it is.”

St. Petersburg changed its name three times: on August 31, 1914, the name was changed to Petrograd, on January 26, 1924 the city was renamed Leningrad, in 1991 the name St. Petersburg was returned to it.

a day ago Volgograd “renamed” to Stalingrad.

Source: Gazeta


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