Three years ago, a significant part of Donetsk residents were doing their best to confront the creeping Russian invasion of the region.
The anthem's music was officially adopted by Verkhovna Rada on Jan. 15, 1992. The official lyrics were adopted on March 6, 2003 by the Law on the Anthem of Ukraine.
Ukrainian hackers gained access to a number of local video surveillance systems in occupied Crimea and organized the playback of the national anthem of Ukraine in some public places across the peninsula.
The anthem of Ukraine, turned on at maximum volume by anti-terrorist operation (ATO) fighters in Zaitseve, infuriated occupants and incited them to attack Ukrainian positions.
Ukrainian pianist Yevhenii Khmara performed "The glory and the freedom of Ukraine has not yet died!" at one of the stations of the French capital.
A song titled 'Brattia Ukraintsi' (Brother Ukrainians) has been named the official anthem of the ATO.
Ukrainian filmmaker Oleh Sentsov and activist Oleksandr Kolchenko started singing the national anthem of Ukraine, after the verdict was pronounced.