With a written question submitted to the EU High Commissioner for Foreign Affairs Josep Borrell, the Communist Party of Greece (KKE) brings to the European Parliament the issue of the Ukrainian website “Myrotvorets” (Миротворець) which targets thousands of the people by publishing their personal data (name, photos, postal address, phone numbers, email address).
The site (myrotvorets.center) is online since August 2014 being under the “auspices” of the Ukrainian authorities. Thousands of people who have been identified either by the Ukrainian state or by the site’s administrators as “enemies of Ukraine” have been blacklisted and some of them have been subject to murderous actions, threats, blackmails, etc.
It must be noted that the black-list of “myrotvorets” includes three cadres of the KKE: Giorgos Lambroulis, MP and Vice President of the Greek Parliament, Sotiris Zarianopoulos, former MEP and Giorgos Magganas, KKE cadre. The three Greek communists have been described by the Ukrainian government as “persona non grata” because in the past they visited Ukraine in order to express their solidarity to the Ukrainian people and the local communists who are persecuted by Kiev’s regime.
According to 902 portal, in his question to the EU High Commissioner KKE MEP Kostas Papadakis points out :
“How does the High Commissioner/Vice President of the EU position himself concerning the unacceptable targeting of the three KKE cadres, one of them being former MEP, and their dangerous and unsound association with “terrorist organizations”?