‘Undefeated in 1933 - Invincible today!’ is the slogan of the national Day of Remembrance of HolodomorVictims
In it session on November 12, 2014,the government approved the composition of the Organizing Committee on activities on the occasion of the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Holodomor (Ukrainian Famine) in 2014.
The respective decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved the composition of the Organizing Committee on activities on the occasion of the Day of Remembrance of Holodomor (Ukrainian Famine) in 2014 led by the Minister of Culture of Ukraine. It also includes members of the Government, representatives of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine, heads of regional state administrations, Chairman of State Committee, director of the Ukrainian Institute of National Memory and the General Director of the National Museum “Memorial to Victims of Holodomor in Ukraine.”
In accordance with the approved action plan provides the mourning events are scheduled for November 22, 2014 in Kyiv, particularly in the National Museum “Memorial to Victims of Holodomor in Ukraine”, the mourning events are also plannedto be held in other towns of Ukraine with participation of the representatives of public authorities, local government, community, clergy, youth, diplomats of foreign countries, deputies of Ukraine, scientists.
It is also planned to lower the national flag of Ukraine, lay wreaths at the memorial sites, and honor the memory of the dead with a minute of silenceon the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Holodomor in Ukraine and its foreign representative offices. In addition, the government proposed to limit entertainment this day.
The fictionmovies and documentaries screenings, the exhibitions of archival documents and photographs and eyewitness records, public lectures and other public events to commemorate the Holodomor Victims in Ukraine are planned to be held till the end of 2014 in libraries, cinemas, clubs, museums throughout Ukraine.
It is also planned to take the necessary measures for the timely completion of construction of the HolodomorVictims Monumentin Washington (USA) during 2014-2015.
The Ukrainian Genocide was preceded by 5000 uprisings,as reported by historians, belying the myth of the lack of resistance to the Bolshevik Ukrainian robbers on the part of peasants.
Every year on the fourth Saturday of November the Ukraine remembers the Holodomor victims. This year the Ukrainian Institute of National Memory upheld the tradition initiated by the Public Committee to commemorate the victims of genocide of 1932-1933 in Ukraine. Accordingly, on the occasion of 81st anniversary of the Holodomorsome special events will be devoted to the memory of those who opposed genocide. This is stated in the teaching materials prepared by this government authority.
The national commemorative events will be held under the title“They killed our freedom with famine. Undefeated in 1933– invincible today!” the PRO website reports.