Every year at the end of September, the Azov Regiment at the base near Mariupol traditionally honors the memory of comrades killed in battle. This year, for the first time, a ceremony honoring the memory of Azov residents took place in Kyiv.
Participants in the mystery mentioned 38 Azov fighters who died on the battlefield defending Ukraine from the invader, those who went missing in battle, and those who died due to illness and other tragic circumstances. Their names are forever engraved in the history of the struggle of the Azov Movement.
“Today we feel proud of the best children of Ukraine, who with their beliefs and actions have proved that “Ukraine above all” is not just a slogan, it is a path for the chosen ones,” said Serhiy Tamarin, a veteran of the Azov Regiment and head of the Kyiv branch of the National Corps, during the mystery.
As part of the commemorative event, those present paid tribute to all the volunteer soldiers who took over the high rank of our heroic ancestors and laid down their lives for Ukraine during the modern war. In particular, they honored the memory of 26 young cadets of the University of the Air Force, who tragically died in a plane crash during a training flight the day before.