By FOIA Research
on September 7, 2020 - Last updated: September 7, 2020

Alexander Maslak

Alexander [Oleksandr] Maslak (Ukrainian: Олександр Маслак; died September 6, 2017) has been described as the "true architect of the Intermarium" on the Ukrainian side.1 He had been a key figure behind the organization of the Intermarium Support Group conferences.

According to the Intermarium News Facebook page1 :

Three years without one of the architects of Intermarium

In the night of September 5 to 6, 2017, Alexander Maslak passed away. An intellectual and a man of our tradition.

In the 1990s, he was a member of the DSU and UNA-UNSO, in the 2000s of the hetman movement and the Ukrainian traditionalist club. From 2016 he joined the ranks of the National Corps, he was a member of the High Council of the party and co-author of the party program. Until the last days of his life, he worked on our team and was the chief analyst of our staff.

Sashko was one of those who created the group to promote the development of the Intermarium, the most powerful spokesperson of the international conferences of the group and the true architect of the Intermarium. It was he who came up with the idea of ​​creating the Mediterranean Community according to the blueprint of the Northern Council. I have no doubt that the theoretical achievement of Alexander Maslak will be the fundament of the implementation of the Intermarium project and the name of Sasha will be remembered in our history.

The photo was taken by Alexandra Maslak at the 2nd International Conference of the Intermarium support group. Kyiv, Ukrainian House, April 27, 2017.


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