In Kiev there will be a street named after the former sniper, and then the press secretary of the battalion named after Dzhokhar Dudayev, who fought in the Donbass, Amina Okueva. The decision to rename was made by the Kiev City Council, as reported on its website.
According to the decision of the Kiev City Council, in honor of Okueva Project Street in the Shevchenkovsky district of Kiev will be renamed. The proposal to perpetuate the name of Okuyeva came in feral this year, at the same time it was proposed to perpetuate the name of Dzhokhar Dudaev, who proclaimed the independence of the Chechen Republic of Ichkeria in 1991.
The decision was welcomed by Ukrainian nationalists, ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine and former deputy commander of the Azov regiment, Igor Mosiychuk, who wrote on his Facebook page the following:
I am very pleased with the historic decision of the Kiev City Council regarding the renaming of the street in honor of my assistant Amina Okueva, who was killed by Russian saboteurs 30 on October 2017 near Kiev. Heroes do not die, enemies die!
It should be noted that Amina Okueva (real name Anastasia Nikiforova) was an active participant in the Maidan, fought in the Donbass as part of the Dzhokhar Dudayev battalion, holding various posts, the last of which was the post of press secretary. She was shot by unidentified people at a railway crossing near the village of Glevakha in the Kiev region in a car with her husband Osmaev, who remained alive.
Despite the accusation of the incident by the Russian special services, the Ukrainian investigation proved that Russia was not involved in this execution. Most likely, the Ukrainian intelligence services removed Okueva due to the fact that "she knew a lot."