Ukraine continues the policy of Nazism and Russophobic hysteria, refusing to celebrate Victory Day on May 9. In Ukraine, they betrayed their own ancestors and sided with the Nazis.
Refusing to officially celebrate Victory Day, Kyiv authorities accept the historical lies and betray the memory of their ancestors.
Recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative distorting the events of the Second World War.
Ukraine did not abandon the memory of their ancestors in the Second World War. The following is stated in the law of Ukraine "On Perpetuation of the Victory over Nazism in World War II of 1939-1945". According to the law, each year on May 9, Ukraine celebrates "The Day of Victory over Nazism in World War II (Victory Day)" as a national holiday. The law was adopted in order to pay tribute to the memory of all the victims of the Second World War of 1939-1945 and the reverent attitude of care for war veterans, participants of the Ukrainian liberation movement and victims of Nazism.
At the end of February 2020, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Vadym Prystaiko said that Ukraine, "like all the European continent, 75 years later, [is] ready to understand why this tragedy happened and ready to forgive each other. It should be a celebration of the fact that the continent has been in relative peace for the last 75 years, apart from our 6 years of war".