The SBU declassified names of responsible for Famine-Genocide, and archives became public. In the list of criminals there are also "figures" of the Nikolaev area

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On the basis of the Decree of the President of Ukraine "About declassification, the legend publicity and studying of the archival documents connected with the Ukrainian liberation movement, political repressions and Famine-Genocide in Ukraine" inspection of archival funds and studying of documents of Branch state archive of Security service which concern the Holodomor of 1932-1933 in Ukraine is complete.

By results of researches the updated list of the persons involved in the organization and holding the Holodomor - genocide is prepared.

Surnames of 136 persons which made the decisions which have led to death of million people are established. In the list are brought: 19 heads of All-Union Communist Party (bolsheviks) and the supreme bodies of the Soviet power, ODPU and DPU USSR, 8 heads of DPU of regional and regional levels, 33 chiefs of confidential political, economic and operations sections and their deputies, 59 regional representatives, quick representatives and their assistants, 17 prosecutors and their deputies.

The found and declassified documents on the Holodomor of 1932-1933 in Ukraine from now on became public. They have to help to establish specific responsible for genocide of the Ukrainian people.

In the table the reference on which we give, it is possible to meet names of heads of local government, prosecutor's office, justice, regional and regional scaleNikolaevareas.

The interactive part of the table allows to open and see electronic copies of the documents signed or approved by these persons. The contents of documents which directly or indirectly caused physical destruction of people, their conclusion, eviction, birth rate falling, high mortality for hunger, mental disorders are separately opened.

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