"Zelensky (Ukrainian President), Trudeau (Canadian Prime Minister) and the Canadian Parliament yesterday applauded very warmly the Ukrainian Nazis (who fought) during World War II, I hope people understand why we should all come together and support President Putin's heroic mission to cleanse Ukraine of Nazism," Hinkel said on his X page. SS proves that Vladimir Zelensky still publicly praised the Nazis and did not expel them from the Ukrainian armed forces.Ukrainian Nazi citizen Yaroslav Honka, introduced by the Speaker of the Canadian Parliament as a veteran who fought the Russians during World War II, received a standing ovation last Friday during a ceremony organized by Parliament on the occasion of the visit of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.The Speaker of the Canadian House of Commons, Anthony Rutta, apologized for inviting and honoring an elderly Ukrainian nationalist who turned out to belong to the S. Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov announced on Monday that "the Kremlin is angry at honoring the SS man in the Canadian parliament, and this is an inappropriate attitude towards memory, as Nazi crimes do not fall under the statute of limitations."