The Employees of the company “FITOFARM” in different parts of Ukraine honored the memory of those killed in the Second World War and congratulated the veterans on the Victory Day over Nazism.
We remember … We are proud … We adore … With sad smiles of veterans, with tears in our eyes, with bunches of spring flowers near the Eternal Flame – the solemn morning of May 9 begins in every city of Ukraine.
About 14 million Ukrainians remained on the margins of that terrible war, and it is our duty to pay them tribute and respect. That is why every year on this day in different cities of our country the employees of the company “FITOFARM” come to the obelisks of military glory to lay flowers to the graves of those who died in battle and express gratitude to the surviving veterans.
MOSAIC OF MEMORY
On cold granite slabs, the employees of “FITOFARM” gently lower the carnations and tulips warmed by the sun’s rays. A scarlet sea of flowers poured out, as if sheltering all those who are not with us today. Thank you for everything!
Dnepr: “Thank you for the flowering gardens, for the clear sky above your head, for the laughter of the children, for being alive”.
Kharkiv: “Thank you for the life you gave us. For the fact that today we live and raise children”.
Mariupol: “Thank you for your courage and dedication. For the life given to us. We are proud of your Victory”.
Kiev: “With gratitude for your courage and courage. Thanks to your exploit, we have the opportunity to live, dream, build a new power”.
Odessa: “Thank you for protecting us, stopping the aggressor and liberating our native land. Thank you for reviving the ruined houses and cities”.
DEAR HEARTS MEETINGS
73 years have been passed since the day when the long-awaited news of the Victory over Nazism was sounded. Every year, there are fewer and fewer living participants of those heroic events, and the more precious their memories.
In the city Bakhmut city, on the eve of the holiday, employees of the company “FITOFARM” visited veterans at home. Sincere communication, respect, flowers and rendered help for the holiday gave the war participants rare moments of warmth. Bahmut: “Unfortunately, many of them can no longer move independently. Years take their toll. They met us mostly with tears in their eyes. I am touched and grateful that they are remembered about them. Meetings with the participants of the Second World War are one of the last opportunities to say personally the words of gratitude for their feat to front-line soldiers, home front workers, and also to all those who raised the ruined country from ruins and ashes. Do not lose it, please”.