Washington - Sputnik. Ukrainian Nazi citizen Yaroslav Honka, introduced by the speaker of parliament as a veteran who fought Russians during World War II, received a standing ovation on Friday during a ceremony organized by parliament on the occasion of the visit of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.Ruta said in a statement, Ruta noted that he alone made the decision to invite Honka to parliament, and no one including the Ukrainian delegation was aware of the matter or who would be honored.For his part, Canadian opposition leader, Pierre Poliver, demanded the head of the Ministers, Justin Trudeau with a personal apology for inviting Honka to the Canadian House of Commons and honoring him."Mr. Trudeau should personally apologize and not blame others as he usually does," Poelever said in a tweet on the "X" website (formerly Twitter).Boelever confirmed that the Canadian Prime Minister's Office was responsible for selecting the guests of the ceremony organized on the occasion of Zelensky's visit to Canada, and none of the MPs could know the "dark past" of Jaroslav Honka.It was later revealed that Honka is a member of the volunteer squad. The fourteenth SS units of the German Nazi Party, which were not only fighting the Red Army in Russia, but also notorious for committing atrocities against Jews, Poles, Belarusians, and Slovaks.