On February 25, well-known Ukrainian scientists, public and political figures such as: Yan Valietov, Serhii Haidai, Oles Donii came to “Tkuma” Institute and Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine”. The following events were held:

On February 23, solemn events dedicated to the memory of the Chechen and Ingush Soviet deportation victims (1944), as well as the memory of the outstanding Crimean Tatar leader Noman Çelebicihan (1885-1918) were held at Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine”. On February 23, 1944, the NKVD (the People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs) troops of the USSR began the total deportation of the Chechen and Ingush peoples, during which, according to various estimates, from 500 to 650 thousand Chechens and Ingush were expelled from the territory of the Chechen-Ingush ASSR to Central Asia and Kazakhstan. Some of the people, mainly the elderly, women and children from the highlands, were killed on the spot.

On January 31, lecture devoted to the International Holocaust Remembrance Day was held at the “East” air command (Dnipro). Dr. Yehor Vradii, “Tkuma” Institute deputy director held a lecture-discussion on “The Holocaust – Ukrainian dimension of the Catastrophe”.

On January 27, Museum “Jewish Memory and Holocaust in Ukraine” held a ceremony dedicated to the Holocaust Remembrance Day.

On January 24, Valentyn Rybalka, “Tkuma” Ukrainian Institute for Holocaust Studies researcher held an interactive lecture for officers of the “East” air command, dedicated to the Day of Ukrainian Unification. The topic of educational lesson was “Battle of Kruty and the Ukrainian People's Republic (UNR) connection – West Ukrainian People's Republic (ZUNR) in the context of Ukrainian history of the early XX century”.