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During the visit of Viktor Yushchenko, the President of Ukraine, to Poland expected on September 7 to 9, 2009, opening and consecration of the memorial complex at the cemetery of Sagryn, the former Ukrainian village destroyed on March 10, 1944, by the divisions of Armija Krajova and Batalion Chłopski is scheduled with participation of the Presidents of Ukraine and Poland.
The memorial complex is composed of a big crucifix and two stellas with surnames of over 600 identified innocent victims of Sagryn engraved on them and 36 symbolic crosses spread over the territory of a common grave.
At the outset of the memorial complex, there is a granite pedestal installed with the following inscription made on it:
Give an eternal rest to the Ukrainians
who lived in the villages of Sagryn, Pasika,
Nevirkiv, Konyukhy, Rudka, Modryn,
Chesnyky and who tragically perished
on this cemetery as victims
of war and fratricidal struggle.
You know them all by their names.
Pardon them of their sins, willed and unwilled.
Give them resurrection, eternal life
and eternal memory.
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