Ukraine celebrates Day of Dignity and Freedom

Ukraine celebrates Day of Dignity and Freedom  The country marks 3rd anniversary of EuroMaidan today as well.

The holiday was established by the decree of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on November 13, 2014.

Public order in Kyiv will be ensured by 6,000 law enforcers in Kyiv November 21-22 and another 15,000 – across Ukraine, according to UNIAN.

Today, on the occasion of the Day of Dignity and Freedom, Kyiv as well as other cities is holding memorial meetings, ceremonies and art shows with the participation of representatives of government, local authorities, people's deputies, participants of the revolutionary events of 2004 and 2013-2014, ATO combatants, representatives of NGOs, volunteer movements, youth organizations, and clergy.

Flowers will be laid to the monuments and memorials to the Heroes of the so-called Heavenly Hundred (activists killed during protests) and fallen Ukrainian soldiers.

The Ukrainian House is hosting a multimedia exhibition "Our Courageous Heroes", dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Ukrainian Revolution. The expo consists of six modules, which represent reconstructed character types of different revolutionary epochs. The exhibition is complemented with themed archive videos and art collages. In 2017, the exhibition will be traveling across the Ukrainian regions and beyond.

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