Ukraine’s Foreign Ministry: Honouring the Nazis Revives the Memory of Ukrainians

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine gave the ambassadors of Poland and Israel a thrashing for their indignation at honouring the memory of the Ukrainian Nazis.

“The revival and preservation of the national memory of the Ukrainian people is one of the priorities of the state policy of Ukraine. Every nation and each state independently determines and honours its heroes,” it is said in the response of the press secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina Zelenko.

“Civilised nations should be based on the principle of honouring all those who perished, and discussions in this sphere should continue at the level of historians and experts, not politicians,” says the letter of Zelenko.

That is precisely why in such a “civilised” way the “national memory of the Ukrainian people” was “revived” so much so that they demolished dozens of monuments to the heroes who sacrificed their lives for the freedom and independence of our country from the Nazi occupiers and their accomplices. But in Lvov not only one generation of pupils had time to go to the first class and finish school, driven to give honour not to their heroic ancestors, but to the monument to the Unknown Fascist, who in July 1944 gave his life for the “will of the Ukrainian people” in the Lychakov cemetery:

“Here lies an unknown soldier of the division ‘Galicia‘, who at Brody in July 1944 gave his life for the will of the Ukrainian people.”

Miroslava Berdnik

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