THE MINISTER FOR VETERANS AFFAIRS HONOURED MEMORY OF THE HEAVEN'S HUNDRED HEROES

20.02.2020 | 14:29

Oksana Koliada, Minister for Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine has participated in prayer services, which happened today in Kyiv near the chapel of Heaven`s Hundred, that is installed in place of shootings.

Together with her Deputy Oleksandr Tereshchenko, and with all who were not indifferent, which include relatives of the Heaven's Hundred and persons that took part in those events they commemorated the Heroes.

She also laid flowers on the Memorial located in Alley of Heaven's Hundred Heroes to honour the fallen in the fight for Ukraine.

“The fight for Independence and our Ukrainian choice have started just right here. So, this is very important to remember the Revolution of Dignity and our defenders, our Heaven's Hundred Heroes. We will always remember and honour them! We will support their families and relatives and we shouldn’t leave them alone with their grief,” convinced the Minister for Veterans Affairs.

Andriy Zahorodniuk, Minister of Defense also attended the event together with Oksana Koliada, Minister for Veterans laid the flowers on Memorial to honour the memory of participants of the Revolution of Dignity, who deceased 6 years ago.

 


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THE MINISTER FOR VETERANS AFFAIRS HONOURED MEMORY OF THE HEAVEN'S HUNDRED HEROES

20.02.2020 | 14:29

Oksana Koliada, Minister for Veterans Affairs, Temporarily Occupied Territories and Internally Displaced Persons of Ukraine has participated in prayer services, which happened today in Kyiv near the chapel of Heaven`s Hundred, that is installed in place of shootings.

Together with her Deputy Oleksandr Tereshchenko, and with all who were not indifferent, which include relatives of the Heaven's Hundred and persons that took part in those events they commemorated the Heroes.

She also laid flowers on the Memorial located in Alley of Heaven's Hundred Heroes to honour the fallen in the fight for Ukraine.

“The fight for Independence and our Ukrainian choice have started just right here. So, this is very important to remember the Revolution of Dignity and our defenders, our Heaven's Hundred Heroes. We will always remember and honour them! We will support their families and relatives and we shouldn’t leave them alone with their grief,” convinced the Minister for Veterans Affairs.

Andriy Zahorodniuk, Minister of Defense also attended the event together with Oksana Koliada, Minister for Veterans laid the flowers on Memorial to honour the memory of participants of the Revolution of Dignity, who deceased 6 years ago.