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Time of Remembrance and Reconciliation in Ukraine

On May 8, Ukraine celebrates Time of Remembrance and Reconciliation, dedicated to the memory of the victims of World War II of 1939-1945.

The date coincides with the anniversary of the surrender of Nazi Germany on May 8, 1945. This day is usually considered the Day of Victory over Nazism in the Second World War. In Ukraine, Time of Remembrance and Reconciliation has been celebrated since 2015.

According to the law, respect for the memory of the victory over Nazism in the Second World War, war veterans, the Ukrainian liberation movement and the victims of Nazism is a sacred duty of the state and citizens of Ukraine.

The symbol of respect for the memory of the victims of World War II is the red poppy. This flower is a memorable sign of the victims of all military and civil conflicts, as well as displaying a bloody trace from the shot.

Note that in most countries of Europe, as well as in the United States and Great Britain, the Victory Day in the Second World War is celebrated on May 8 under the official name Victory Day in Europe. In addition, in a number of countries, this day is marked with Time of Remembrance and Reconciliation, dedicated to the memory of the victims of World War II, proclaimed by the UN General Assembly.

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