Ambassador of Ukraine called on Azerbaijan to recognize Holodomor with genocide of Ukrainian people

Baku took place a thematic evening dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the Holodomor 1932-1933 in Ukraine. The event was held in the Baku chapel.

The exhibition was presented at the “Upon -Unconior Genocide of Ukrainians”, then the film was watched about one of the worst crimes committed against humanity.

The event was attended by the Ambassador of Ukraine to Azerbaijan Vladislav Kanevsky, the Ambassador of Poland to Azerbaijan Rafal Svomorski, the deputy ambassador of Germany in Azerbaijan Haiko Schwartz, the head of the Ukrainian community named after I. Franko Tamilla Musaev, the director of the Ukrainian center Alexander Klassen, well -known journalists and representatives Azerbaijani public.

In his speech, the Ambassador of Ukraine V. Kanevsky said that the Holodomor of 1932-1933 is the genocide of the Ukrainian people. The intentionally created hunger killed millions of Ukrainians and crippled the fate of the survivors.

According to Kanevsky, today’s Russia continues the policy of the USSR, trying to hide its crimes behind the wall of lies and propaganda, settled by the goal of destroying the Ukrainian people.

“Ukrainians are again experiencing mass killings, bombing of residential areas, sexual violence, deportation, blackmail with hunger and cold.

Russia’s aggressive policy is the result of ignoring humanity of terrible lessons of the past. In addition, Russia uses food terror as an instrument to put pressure on the international community, ” quotes the ambassador’s performance.

The Ukrainian ambassador expressed the conviction that the progressive world does not doubt the victory of Ukraine, because this will become the triumph of the entire democratic community.

Vladislav Kanevsky expressed the hope that Azerbaijan would decide on recognizing the Holodomor of 1932-1933 by an act of genocide of the Ukrainian people.

The Embassy of Ukraine invites everyone to visit the exhibition “Unable genocide of Ukrainians is repeated”, which will continue to work in Kapellhaus (St. May 28, 35) November 28 from 10:00 to 16:00. The entrance is free.