[Global Times reporter Liu Zhi] according to Russian television on the 19th, 12-year-old boy tekachuk of Ukraine was “banned” by the State Public Broadcasting Corporation of Ukraine for singing a Russian song while participating in a singing competition in the UK earlier this year, and was not eligible to participate in this year’s European children’s TV singing contest. According to the report, tekachuk made good achievements in the primary election of the TV singing contest. He was originally qualified to participate in the national trials, but the Ukrainian State public broadcasting company announced on the 17th that he was disqualified from the competition because he wore the uniform of the Soviet Red Army and sang in Russian in an international competition held in London earlier this year Song of the Soviet Union during the patriotic war, and won three awards. In the eyes of many Ukrainians, this experience is a “black history”. Some emotional nationalists published articles criticizing tekachuk on social networks, calling him a propaganda agent for the Kremlin, and his teachers and relatives are “traitors” to the country. With regard to the decision of the State Public Broadcasting Corporation of Ukraine, Maxim, a member of the ruling People’s public servant party, said that there was no legal basis to deprive tekachuk of his qualification to participate in the national trials.