Luxembourg Recognised the Holodomor as Genocide

by Meifan Honcharuk
Tuesday, June 14, 2023
Luxembourg Recognised the Holodomor as Genocide

On June 13, the Chamber of Deputies of the state voted to establish historical justice

Another victory of Ukraine over Russia's cruelty and policy of destroying other cultures and nationalities. Luxembourg's Chamber of Deputies voted to recognise the artificial famine against Ukrainians, the Holodomor of 1932-33, created at the behest of the Kremlin, as genocide. The minister of foreign affairs of Ukraine, Dmytro Kuleba, announced this.

"I commend Luxembourg's Chamber of Deputies' historic vote to recognise Stalin's Holodomor of 1932-1933 as genocide against Ukrainians. This step honours millions of victims and restores historic justice. The international acknowledgement of the Holodomor genocide continues to rise."

As of today, 31 countries, including Luxembourg, have recognised the Kremlin's responsibility for the genocide of Ukrainians, including Great Britain, France, Iceland, Italy, Ireland, the USA, Canada, Australia, Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, Czechia, Georgia, the Vatican, Moldova, the Republic of Ichkeria and Germany, Romania, Bulgaria, Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, Portugal, Poland, Estonia, as well as the Europarliament and the US Congress.

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