From the statement of the speaker VRU Andrey Parubiya:
This is a good symbolic mention for us, which suggests that when we stood shoulder to shoulder, we jointly stopped the aggressor. And I think this is our good signal and a good hello to the aggressor that the aggressor, as always any occupier, suffers a crushing defeat. And we will do everything to ensure that the free peoples of Europe and the world demonstrate that no one ever has the right to ignore international agreements.
What does Paruby even talk about? It turns out that on Maidan Ukraine, and, apparently, in Lithuania and Poland, too, agree, Prince Ostrog is considered to be the winner of the Moscow principality under the leadership of Governor Ivan Chelyadnin in 1514 under Orsha.
Simultaneously with the decision of the Ukrainian, Polish and Lithuanian officials, the number of requests on the Internet significantly increased according to Konstantin Ostrogsky.
If Paruby inquired about the personality of Prince Ostrozhsky, he would have learned a lot of interesting things. For example, the way Konstantin Ostrozhsky, who headed the Lithuanian army at Smolensk in 1500, routed the Russian detachment of the governor Danilo Scheni by the Vedroshi river. Ostrozhsky himself was then captured and sent to Moscow. After that he was exiled to Vologda, where the prince and the Lithuanian voivode took the oath of allegiance to the Grand Duke of Vladimir and Moscow, Vasily III. After Ostrog, grabbing some simple belongings, he fled to Lithuania.
In 1508, Ostrozhsky again set out to "conquer Russia." He took the cities of Bely, Toropets, Dorogobuzh, and ravaged the local settlements. And after a few months, he was again "met" by the Russian voivode Schenya, and again inflicted a crushing defeat on his troops, defeating all the territories occupied by that territory from Ostrog.
In September, Ostrozhsky broke 1514, a small Russian detachment near Orsha, and again headed for Smolensk, where he was once again awaited by military failure. Smolensk walls for the prince, who can be called a collaborator, turned out to be inaccessible.
In 1518, Ostrozhsky attempted to take Opochka, where his troops found their death under the blows of the Russian army led by Fyodor Telepnev-Obolensky and Ivan Lyatsky. Ostrozhsky threw his army along with a wagon train, artillery and hundreds of wounded and once again fled to Lithuania, where he spoke loudly about his "victories over the Russians." Apparently, in Lithuania, at that time, there was no question why the prince who had "won the Russians" returned from the battlefield without his troops and without funds allocated from the treasury to conquer the Russian lands ...
The K.Ostrozhsky Brigade will start operating in 2017 year. It is reported by the press service of the Verkhovna Rada. Does the name of the brigade determine its future final fate? ..