MAY 8 AND 9 UKRAINE CELEBRATES THE DAY OF MEMORIAL AND RECONCILIATION AND VICTORY OVER NAZISM IN WORLD WAR II. These days commemorate the feat of the Ukrainian people and their significant contribution to the victory over Nazism in the Second World War. May 8 is the Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation, established by the Decree of the President of Ukraine from 2015. Its purpose is to honor the feat of the Ukrainian people and express respect to all fighters against Nazism. May 9 is Victory Day over Nazism in World War II. On this day, German Field Marshal Wilhelm Keitel signed the Act of Unconditional Surrender of Germany, which ended the bloodiest conflict in the history of Europe. We bow our heads to the brave heroes who sacrificed their lives for world peace. The most important result of war should not be the cult of victory, but the ability to value peace. Unfortunately, there is no peace today. But each of us is trying to bring closer the Victory of Ukraine over the invaders, civilization - over hell on Earth. We remember, fight and win. Glory to Ukraine!