Holyk said thousands of people came to the opening of Remembrance Alley for ATO fighters. He announced the Alley was designed to become the largest memorial in Ukraine dedicated to heroes who died while defending Ukraine.
"From now on we will be bringing all our guests to the Alley, especially foreign visitors. Especially those who don't believe there is war underway in our country.
"503 fallen heroes are a reminding to those alive that the war goes on, and that we have to live up to those who gave their lives for us," Holyk wrote.