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22.03.2024 #college_life 587
March 22 - Women's Tragedy Day
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"Whoever does not remember the past, who forgets the past is doomed to relive it. Countless times"
U. Karatkevich

Today, the delegation of the Minsk Radio Engineering College took part in a rally-requiem at the Khatyn memorial complex, honored the memory of the deceased residents of Belarusian villages with a minute of silence and laid flowers.

Every year, as the mournful date of Khatyn approaches, the scar on the hearts of Belarusians begins to ache again, and thousands of people head to the memorial to honor the memory of the victims. War veterans and youth, representatives of government agencies, deputies and diplomats traditionally gather for such mourning events. There are also many ordinary people among those present.

Remember to live!
As a message from the dead to the living from the terrible March of 1943, the symbolic appeal of the residents of Khatyn, burned by the Nazis, inscribed on the Memory Wreath, sounds today: “Good people, remember: we loved life, and our Motherland, and you, dear ones. We burned alive in the fire.
Our request to everyone: let grief and sadness turn into your courage and strength, so that you can establish eternal peace and tranquility on earth. So that from now on, nowhere and never will life die in a whirlwind of fires!”

Happy memory to all those who died! Eternal glory to their immortal feat in the name of peace for future generations!