Vice Prime Minister for European integration Ivanna klympush-Tsintsadze said that the world should know the truth about the crimes of the Communist regime.
The world must know the truth about the crimes of the Communist regime, which inspires modern Russia. About this in Facebook wrote Deputy Prime Minister on European and Euro-Atlantic integration Ivanna klympush-Tsintsadze.
“The world must surely know this for a long time concealed the truth about the regime, which is inspired by modern Russia. Civilization should finally give the crimes of communism, appropriate legal and moral assessment. Only then she will understand the essence and danger of the current Russian aggression and will be able to give an adequate rebuff to an unprecedented attack on our values, our dreams of freedom and progress, in the end, our way of life,” wrote klympush-Tsintsadze.
She noticed that the crimes of the Communist regime was so brutal and large-scale that we still cannot fully recover and count all tortured.
“Worst of all, that we will never know what could become of our state and Europe if several generations of the most talented and most fearless of Ukrainians are not gone. Bykivnia forest – a silent monument were shot by security officers of Ukraine”, – said Deputy Prime Minister.
Klympush-Tsintsadze stressed that the memory of the red terror is not only important for us. “It is felt by myself and other people who are not lucky enough to be next to the “evil Empire.” Only in Bykovnya near the Ukrainians are about 2000 were shot in 1940 of the Polish prisoners. This memory alive throughout the world, to know that freedom and dignity is not possible to select for any reason, and the criminals must be exposed and condemned. Even after 80 years,” she said.