There can't be examples of "official" glorification. Both Nazi and Communist ideology and symbolics are condemned and banned in Ukraine. If you see it, know it's illegal; call the police.
Ukrainian partisans of WWII who mentioned in the article(1) have been fully exonerated by Nuremberg Trial from accusations of collaboration with Nazi occupants nor did they collaborate with Communist occupants.
There are real Nazis who are being caught and prosecuted, but they can evade the justice due to imperfections of law enforcement system and their (Nazis) support from the foreign government.
Ukraine has adopted Law #2558 “On Condemning the Communist and National Socialist (Nazi) Totalitarian Regimes and Prohibiting the Propagation of their Symbols”, (review in English).
So it is simply illegal to glorify Nazi or Communist regimes, its ideologies, flags, other symbols, or any of its members. Whoever who has evidence against a Ukrainian citizen, official, or an institution to do so, can file a request to police or SBU.
It should be mentioned that the entire population of Ukraine was forced to collaborate with either Nazi or Russians during the WWII. Some people made the difference, but OUN/UPA generally did not; they fought for Ukraine's independence against both occupants.
This leaflet circulating in Ukraine is self-explanatory:
The International Military Tribunal at Nuremberg did not indict Bandera on any crimes against humanity, despite the tremendous pressure of the Russian prosecutors. The Tribunal papers contain a captured German document of 25 November 1941 that ordered (page 265):
"It has been ascertained that the Bandera Movement is preparing a revolt in the Reichskommissariat which has as its ultimate aim the establishment of an independent Ukraine. All functionaries of the Bandera Movement must be arrested at once and, after thorough interrogation, are to be liquidated..."
OUN-B, the Bandera-led faction of OUN, has been so dedicated of fighting against the Nazis that within two years 1941-1943, the Nazis had imprisoned or killed 80% of OUN-B leadership. You can hardly call this "collaboration".
Stepan Bandera himself was arrested in 1941 by Gestapo and has been enslaved in the Sachsenhausen concentration camp till 1944 specifically because of his refusal to rescind the Proclamation of Ukrainian statehood and to collaborate with the Nazi regime.
There's a sad meme in Ukrainian blogosphere,
It seems to be difficult to "collaborate with Nazis" while staying in a Nazi concentration camp.
Condemning the Nazi
Unfortunately, there are still various Nazi groups operating in Ukraine today. Ukraine condemns and prosecutes Nazis, but the process is slow due to imperfection of law-enforcement institutions of Ukraine who are unable to tackle this problem. In addition, many Nazi organizations are supported from abroad which slows down the process.
Eduard Kovalenko (on photo) was sentenced for 5 years in jail.
However, on December 2019 Russia has included him in POW swap list, and Kovalenko fled to Russia evading the justice.
It is not currently known why the Russian government salvaged this Nazi from the jail.
(1) The last, but not the least, the quoted article looks very biased: it is anonymous (signed by "Hamodia Staff"), it refers to an unnamed "Ukrainian diplomat in Tel Aviv", and its repetitive "collaborators" and "murderers" clearly indicates that the entire article's goal is antagonizing Ukrainian and Jewish nations in the verge of Holocaust commemoration ceremony.