On the occasion of the memorial year commemorating Hungarian political prisoners and forced laborers deported to the Soviet Union, a traveling exhibition titled Hungarians in the Camps of the Soviet Union – 1944-1956 has opened. The next stop will be in Kiev, Ukraine. On January 24th, 2017, the Hungarian Embassy in Kiev is organizing a memorial conference; Sándor Szakály, Director of the VERITAS Research Institute for History, has been invited as a guest presenter.
One day later, Dr. Szakály will introduce the Hungarians in the Camps of the Soviet Union – 1944-1956 exhibition, which will be open to the public for two weeks beginning on January 26th. The exhibition has been translated into Ukrainian.
Location: Chocolate House, Ul. (Street) Shovkovychna 17, Kiev, UA
Date: 5 PM on (Wednesday) January 25th, 2017