Pictorial exhibition to commemorate Ukrainian victims of ‘artificial hunger’ to end December 2


ISLAMABAD, Dec 1 (APP): A pictorial memorial exhibition at the Embassy of Ukraine to commemorate the victims of artificial
famine hunger (Holodomor 1932 1933 in Ukraine) will conclude
Friday (December 2).
According to an embassy statement, more than 7 million Ukrainian peoples were murdered in the artificial famine.
Ambassador of Ukraine to Pakistan Volodymyr Lakomov, in his
statement said every year on November 26, Ukrainians and the whole world honored the memory of the victims of Holodomor (artificial hunger) of 1932 33, which was a genocide of the people of Ukraine, designed by Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.
“We in Ukraine are working on the establishment of the Museum of Remembrance of the victims of Holodomor that was genocide of the people of Ukraine”,said a press release issued here Thursday.
The Embassy of Ukraine flyed the flag at half mast to remember
those who were murdered with artificial famine.
The ambassador said during commemoration ceremony in Ukraine, the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and his wife Maryna Poroshenko honoured the memory of the victims of Holodomor of 1932 33.
The presidential couple laid the composition of ears and viburnum at the foot of the memorial sign to the victims of Holodomor on Mykhailivs’ka Square in Kyiv, he addd.
The president and his wife together with all people of Ukraine honored memory of the deceased with a moment of silence.
Prime Minister of Ukraine Volodymyr Hroysman, representatives from Ukraine’s churches and envoys from various countries attended a ceremony to honor the victims.