The Ode may seem to end with Stalin's name: "For honor and for love, for valor and for steel [stali],/There is a given name [imya], glorious on the Reader's taut lips-/And we've listened, grasping still [i my ego zastali, and we've grasped him or it]." Stalin's name can be found in the word "steel [stali]" and in the "grasp [zastali]," but imya (name) does not mean last name, it means first name, and therefore would not refer to "Stalin" but to the given name that Stalin and Mandelstam shared.
Est' imya slavnoe dlya szhatykh gub chtetsa-- Ego my slyshali i my ego zastali.
Lukashenka banned the printing anywhere in Belarus of three Russian-language newspapers: Belorusskaya Delovaya Gazeta (Belorussian Business Gazette), Imya
(Name) and Narodnaya Volya (People's Will) on the ground that they consistently criticized him.