This 2012 video is called Ukraine far-right Svoboda party anti-Semitism.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Friday, June 15, 2018
Human rights groups condemn Ukraine over its funding of nazi militias
A report published on YouTube by the Ministry of Youth and Sports showed officials voting to fund the far-right Svoboda party along with the violent neonazi C14 group via grants for “national-patriotic education projects”.
In the C14 name, the C alludes to C18, the (originally English, later international) neonazi terror gang Combat 18. In which 18, the first and eighth letters in the alphabet, stands for ‘AH’=Adolf Hitler. The 14 in the C14 name stands for the ’14 words’, a racist neonazi slogan.
In a statement on its website the ministry admitted that, while it does not directly finance any public groups, including the far-right, it does fund the projects of those groups.
“Through project contests, budget funds are allocated solely to support the implementation of projects of public organisations”, it said.
The government refused to respond to questions regarding C14, which won its funding bid to host a children’s summer camp and a series of festivals.
Freedom House Ukraine director Matthew Scharf criticised the selection process.
“It shouldn’t be too difficult to add another criterion to grant selection — not implicated in or publicly approving of violence”, he said.
Freedom House is an organisation, financed by the United States government with close links to the United States establishment. Usually, it only criticizes people or countries which have conflicts with the United States establishment. It did not criticize United States allies like the Uzbekistan dictatorship which boils dissidents alive, because the Uzbek government helped the United States war on Afghanistan. Rarely, like in this case, it criticizes allies like the Ukrainian government or right-wingers.