Remembrance Flame for the Victims of Holodomor 1932-1933 in Kyiv
On Friday the International Remembrance Flame in memory of the Victims of Holodomor 1932-1933 arrived in Kyiv.
The International Remembrance Flame campaign is part of the larger action “Ukraine remembers – the world acknowledges” organized by the Ukrainian World Congress, with the support of Ukraines Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Presidents Secretariat and the Ukrainian World Coordination Council.
The Remembrance Flame began its journey on 1 April in Australia and over the following months passed through 33 countries, including 6 former Soviet republics: Belarus, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russia, Armenia and Georgia before arriving in Ukraine at the end of October.
The Remembrance Flame campaign will end in Kyiv at the opening of the Memorial to the Victims of Holodomor 1932-1933.
Remembrance services and events will be held not only throughout Ukraine, but in many other countries of the world.
Wherever you are, light a candle with us. Leave bickering and scoring points to politicians. Remember those starved to death by a murderous regime.