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Thursday, 18 July 2019 21:42
 

Minister Kenney visits the memorial at Bykivnia

Friends,

I recently completed a four day trip to Ukraine – part of an overseas trip to several countries to meet with my counterparts and other senior government officials. During my time in Ukraine, I visited the memorial at Bykivnia, one of the sites of the Katyn massacre.

Bykivnia is the final resting place of nearly 3,500 Polish citizens, victims of Communist oppression, who died under Stalin’s orders. Sadly, this burial site of the Poles who perished under the “Ukrainian Katyn List” remained a mystery for decades. More than 22,000 Poles died in mass executions throughout the Soviet Union as part of the Katyn massacre.  Only in 1990 did the Soviet regime admit its guilt in these massacres.

Our Government continues to work closely with communities that were directly affected by Communist and Nazi oppression. In the planning stages are both a Memorial to Victims of Communism and a National Holocaust Monument for the National Capital Region.

Below are some photos of my visit to Bykivnia. As always, I would appreciate your comments or feedback.

Sincerely,

Hon. Jason Kenney, PC, MP

Calgary Southeast

http://www.jasonkenney.ca