The exhibition was opened by Mustafa Dzhemilev.
On Independence square today opened the exhibition “For your freedom and ours 1968-2018.”.
The people of Kiev, so, tell us about a Soviet invasion of Prague on the background of the events of the Prague spring in former Czechoslovakia.
A few dozen stands in a symbolic place for the people of Kiev, tell about the struggle against the USSR in the neighboring country. Exposure initiated including the Ukrainian Institute of national memory, was also used materials from the archives of the security Service of Ukraine about the activities of the KGB and the Institute for the study of totalitarian regimes of the Czech Republic.
“This exhibition … about the dignity of those people who understand that their single protest will not change the situation, but could not go to the protest, could not tolerate this evil,” said event Director as a Deputy Director Vladimir vyatrovich.
The organizers talk about the exhibition in the Maidan following:
“The Ukrainians do not stand on the sidelines, the meaning of events on 21 August came to Uzhgorod, Chernovtsy, Kiev, Cherkassy, Odessa and Chernihiv, as evidenced by the history of Vasyl Makukha, Roman green, Michael Lacova, Star Popadiuk and many others. Visitors to the exhibition will have the opportunity to see more of Ukrainian subjects of the struggle against totalitarianism and lack of freedom”.
On the stands tells the story of participation in those events is the current national Deputy and leader of the Crimean Tatar people Mustafa Dzhemilev. He also called for the opening of the exhibition.
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