The Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred have given the most important thing they had for the better fate of the country - their lives.
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The day is marked annually on February 20 according to the Decree of the President of Ukraine dated February 11, 2015 "On Commemoration of the Heroism of Participants in the Revolution of Dignity and Honoring the Memory of the Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred."
Belarus cannot participate in a UN peacekeeping force in Donbas due to its membership of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO).
The relatives of the killed activists of the Revolution of Dignity, the participants of Euromaidan and the activists held the flash mob I Remember to commemorate the Heroes of the Heavenly Hundred.
Saturday, February 17, the Ukrainian charity ball, traditionally organized by the Ukrainian Youth Association in Austria, was held in Vienna for the third year in a row.
Ukraine should educate a new generation of citizens, for whom inclusion will become a part of worldview.
More than half of the territory of Zaporizhzhia region belongs to the united territorial communities.
The crimes against Maidan do not have the statute of limitations.
Hundreds of people with Ukrainian flags, flowers and candles gathered in central Washington on Sunday, February 18, to honor the memory of the Heavenly Hundred Heroes, as well as thousands of Ukrainians who died in the fight against Russian aggression.
The town of Dubno, which took part in the Kusanone Grant Assistance Program held by the Japanese Embassy to Ukraine, has won a grant worth UAH 2.2 million for the purchase of medical equipment.
The Cabinet of Ministers has drawn up an action plan to fight poverty in Ukraine in 2018.
The Cabinet of Ministers supports a decision to construct a high-speed railway connection with the Boryspil International Airport.
The Foundation "Ukrainians in the Netherlands" opens a hub for the Ukrainian community in The Hague.
A court in Russia-occupied Crimea has sentenced Andriy Zakhtei, a suspect in the so-called case of "Ukrainian saboteurs," to six-and-a-half years in a high-security penal colony and a fine of 220,000 Russian rubles (about EUR 3,000), a Crimea.Realities correspondent reports.