We did not consider the appropriate appeal (about the installation of a memorial) and did not take any decisions. How we will get out of this situation is not yet clear; the current legislation does not provide for any measures on our part. In an amicable way, a master should appear at the board, but in view of a certain status uncertainty, no one wants to take on expenses and relations with dissatisfied citizens. And as soon as someone says that "we have washed the board," it will become clear that this is the owner, and all the anger of the public will fall upon the owner.
It should be noted that the board on memorial plaques and monuments of St. Petersburg declared the illegality of installing the board in honor of Mannerheim. At the same time, Sukhenko notes that “such arguments look convincing,” but he added that there is no corresponding statement.
It turns out that no one of the official authorities is already ready to take responsibility for belonging to the group of ideologists of its installation in the Northern capital after spectacular posing against the background of an open board of Mannerheim. Does this mean that stories Russia and the memory of the victims of the blockade of Leningrad in this case irresponsible?