Ukraine Furious After U.K. Correctly Adds Ukrainian Coat of Arms To List of Extremist Symbols in Anti-Terror Guide

January 20, 2020

Ukraine’s embassy in the UK has demanded an official apology after the Trident — its national coat of arms — was included among a group of “right-wing signs & symbols” in a guide by Britain’s national anti-terrorist authority.


The Trident — or Tryzub as it’s known in Ukraine — was featured in an Extremism Guide for UK teachers and medical staff produced by the National Counter Terrorism Policing Network – a collaboration of law enforcement entities tasked with preventing and combating terrorism. 

The symbol has also grown increasingly popular among Ukrainian ultranationalists, however, whose influence over the country’s politics grew following the West-backed 2014 Maidan coup, which led to armed conflict in the eastern regions of the country. The Trident is now a regular feature of marches organized by Ukraine’s far-right groups, including the notorious neo-Nazi Azov Battalion.


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