This was announced by the president of the Ukrainian association of concentration camps and ghetto surviving Borys Sabarko, Censor.NET reports citing 5 TV Channel.
"Fairly speaking, if the Holocaust had not ended, no Jews would have remained in Ukrainian territory at all,'' he said.
''Speaking of our organization - these are people who survived the Holocaust, concentration camps, ghettos and work camps in the occupied territories. There are about 2,500-2,700 such people left in Ukraine," Sabarko added.
Jan. 27 was designated by the United Nations as the Holocaust Memorial Day.
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