Miron hangs out another flag
The legendary Miron has carried out another action in Vitsebsk. He hanged out a white-red-white flag on the roof of a 16-storeyed house, one of the highest buildings in the city.
According to the information of the public activist Barys Khamaida, a note was attached to the flag, as usual. There Miron wrote that this action was dated to an anniversary of the referendum 1995, when the national state symbols were replaced by variants of the Soviet ones. He is sure that ‘the Belarusian language has lived, lives and will live forever’, as well as the national symbols, white-red-white flag and the Pahonia coat-of-arms.