To commemorate the millions of Ukrainians who perished during the Holodomor of 1932-1933 is a matter of honor for every citizen, said Prime Minister Volodymyr Groysman during the visit to the National Museum the Holodomor Victims' Memorial. Currently, at the expense of the State Budget and benefactors, the reconstruction of the first stage of the Memorial is underway, and the second stage facilities, which will include both an exposition and a conference hall and premises for the work of scientists, are being actively constructed.
The Head of Government regularly checks the progress of activities, as he assumed personal control over the implementation of this project. In his opinion, Ukrainians must always remember the tragic stories of the people. "From the very beginning of my work as Prime Minister, I wanted to do something to immortalize millions of lives that the Holodomor had claimed. If we look at the names of those who had died, we can see our surnames", said Volodymyr Groysman.
According to him, this Memorial will become one of the best, it will for ages be the reminder of the pain that Ukraine has survived.
"It is essential to complete the Memorial, put it into operation, and all international delegations and all Ukrainians should visit it, read books, find their region, district. This tragedy is deeply felt by every Ukrainian", stressed Volodymyr Groysman.