THE UKRAINIAN FAMINE OF

1932-1933

(HOLODOMOR)

AS A CRIME OF GENOCIDE

The following specific facts attest

to the deliberate policy of extermination of the Ukrainian nation:

However, official statistics only

partially reveal the scale of the tragedy because, in the attempt to conceal the

famine in Ukraine by all means, the communist authorities intentionally

distorted the numbers and not all cases of starvation were registered.

The aforementioned facts indicate

that the Holodomor of 1932-1933 resulted neither from drought nor error on the

part of authorities and prove that the Holodomor was directed against Ukrainians

as a national group.

It is considered that in fact that

up to 10 million people perished during the Holodomor in Ukraine.

Consequently, Ukraine’s Holodomor

of 1932-1933 complies with the concept of genocide provided for in the UN

Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide dated 9

December 1948.