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February 25, 2005
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A Ukrainian Jewish musician demanded an apology from the country’s deputy prime minister over a seemingly anti-Semitic remark. In a letter published in the national daily Facts & Commentaries on Tuesday, Jan Tabachnik, a popular accordion player, expressed his indignation over Nikolai Tomenko’s remark that “there should be Ukrainian artists on the Ukrainian stage, not the Tabachniks and Kobzons.”

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