The Institute of National Remembrance of Poland got about 60,000 pages of the document on the Soviet repressions of the Poles in the 1930s in the result of the cooperation with the Ukrainian archives as Polske Radio reported.
“This time we got the evidence of the victims and all documented processes of their arrest and next conviction. It is impressive materials not only for the historians but also for the family of the victims. We could not help them to this day but now we can,” Mazhena Kruk, the Director of Archive of the Polish Institute of National Remembrance said.
The pass of the digital copies of the materials is the result of the agreement signed by the Institute of National Remembrance of Poland and the Ukrainian state regional archives in Odesa, Vinnytsia and Khmelnytsky.
On November 24, Ukraine will honor the memory of the victims of Holodomors. Traditionally, on Saturday, the worship services will take place and the symbolic pots with the grain and candles will be laid to the memorable signs.