The Day of Dignity and Freedom in Ukraine is celebrated annually on November 21 and is aimed at commemorating the events of 2013-2014. It was then that thousands of Ukrainian citizens, seeking a decent life and the right to self-determination, rallied to oppose a dictatorial government that refused to sign the Association Agreement with the European Union. These events became known in the media as the “Maidan” – a mass protest that led to profound changes in politics, economy, and society. In particular, reforms aimed at strengthening democracy and protecting human rights were introduced.
On this day, we remember those who gave the most precious thing – their lives – for the opportunity to have a better future for themselves and their descendants.
It is also an opportunity for each of us to reflect on our personal contribution to the development of our country. May this holiday encourage us all to create a future where dignity and freedom are for everyone!
Glory to Ukraine!
Glory to the heroes!