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Victor Pinchuk’s address

02.05.2022

Today I came to the house at 45 Volodymyrska Street. To one of the most important places for me in Kyiv. From this house, my Jewish grandfather went at dawn on June 22, 1941 to fight against Hitler.

"Crystal Wall of Crying" to be unveiled in Babyn Yar. Opening ceremony was attended by the Presidents of Ukraine, Israel and Germany

08.10.2021

On October 6, Babyn Yar hosted an official memorial ceremony for the victims of the tragedy with the participation of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky and the Presidents of Germany and Israel – Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Isaac Herzog.

​​The first phase of the Babyn Yar Memorial is launched. The Supervisory Board of the Holocaust Memorial Center reported on results of 5 years of work

06.10.2021

The first phase of the Babyn Yar Memorial is launched. Today, on October 6, the world-famous conceptual artist Maryna Abramovych will present a new memorial object – "Crystal Crying Wall". Within six months, the first museum space – "Kurgan" – will be unveiled.

 

On October 19, the second meeting of the Babi Yar Holocaust Memorial Centre Supervisory Board took place

19.10.2017

Summary of the work over past the past was presented there, and priority tracks for the project development were outlined.

Victor Pinchuk Has Joined a Member of the Supervisory Board of the Babi Yar Holocaust Memorial Center

19.03.2017

Victor Pinchuk, Ukrainian businessman and philanthropist, Founder of EastOne and Victor Pinchuk Foundation was appointed among other 11 members of the Supervisory Board of the Babi Yar Holocaust Memorial Center (BYHMC).

Victor Pinchuk has joined the initiative to create Holocaust Memorial Center at the site of Babi Yar massacre

30.09.2016

On the 75th anniversary of one of the most notorious atrocities of the Second World War, members of a broad international coalition gathered today in Kyiv to announce their commitment to create a new memorial and educational center in Ukraine to commemorate the massacre at Babi Yar.

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