Ukrainian Independence Day in London – Saturday, 24 August, 11.00am

Ukrainian Independence Day in London – Saturday, August 24  On Saturday, August 24, Ukrainians across the globe will be celebrating 22 years of Independence. Please see below a programme of Independence Day celebrations in London Saturday, 24 August, 2013 11.00AM – Official wreath laying ceremony by the Statue of St Volodymyr, next to the Ukrainian Institute, with addresses by the Ukrainian Embassy and representatives of Ukrainian institutions and organisations in London. 79 Holland Park, London W11 3SW All Welcome 12.00PM – 9.00PM Traditional Ukrainian food will be served at the AUGB >>>

Ukrainian Independence Day in London – SATURDAY, 24 AUGUST, 11.00am

22 years ago Ukraine became independent when Parliament in Kyiv proclaimed independence breaking away from the Soviet Union. On Saturday August 24, 2013, Ukrainians in London will mark Ukraine’s independence with a wreath laying ceremony at 11.00am by the Statue of St Volodymyr next to the Ukrainian Institute. All Welcome (Please note the event will take place on Saturday, 24 August, not Friday as initially announced) >>>

Ukrainian Independence Day in London

22 years ago Ukraine became independent when Parliament in Kyiv proclaimed independence breaking away from the Soviet Union.

On Friday August 23, 2013, Ukrainians in London will mark Ukraine’s independence with a wreath laying ceremony at 11.00am by the Statue of St Volodymyr next to the Ukrainian Institute.

All Welcome

Talk on Ukraine football

Calling all football fans: Yuri Bender, editor in chief of Professional Wealth Management and contributor to the FT, will be making a talk to the England Fans forum on the prospects of the Ukrainian national team against England for the forthcoming World Cup Qualifier in Kyiv.  The talk, to be held at the Savoy Tup pub in the Strand on Thursday 22 August at 7pm, will include stories about allegations of match-fixing, suspect referee appointments and the murky world of oligarchs, big business and politics which influence Ukrainian football. Renowned writer Anna Shevchenko will be also be >>>