Order of Liberty (Ukraine)

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Order of Liberty
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Badge of the Order of Liberty
Awarded by  Ukraine
Type Single-grade order
Established April 10, 2008
Status Active
Grades Member of the Order of Liberty (MOL)
Statistics
Total inductees 52
Precedence
Next (higher) Hero of Ukraine (Order of the Gold Star and Order of the State)
Next (lower) Order of Prince Yaroslav the Wise
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Ribbon bar of the Order of Liberty

The Order of Liberty (Ukrainian: Орден Свободи) is an honour of Ukraine. The Order was instituted on April 10, 2008, by the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to honour special merits of citizens for strengthening the Sovereignty and Independence of Ukraine, consolidating Ukrainian society, developing Democracy, advancing socio-economic and political reforms, and advocating the Constitutional Rights and Liberties of Man and Citizen.

Recipients

Since the creation of the Order of Liberty, there were 52 recipients of the decoration. This first recipient is Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden.

  1. Sweden Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden (2008)
  2. Ukraine Yevgen Zakharov (2008)
  3. Ukraine Eugene Sverstyuk (2008)
  4. Ukraine Stepan Khmara (2008)
  5. Ukraine Myroslav Marynovych (2008)
  6. Ukraine Mykhailo Horyn (2009)
  7. Ukraine Ivan Dziuba (2009)
  8. Ukraine Boris Oleynik (2009)
  9. Ukraine Filaret (Denysenko) (2009)
  10. Ukraine Petro Franco (2009)
  11. Lithuania Valdas Adamkus (2009)
  12. Ukraine Ihor Kalynets (2009)
  13. Ukraine Oles Shevchenko (2009)
  14. Ukraine Ivan Hel (2009)
  15. Ukraine Mykola Horbal (2009)
  16. Ukraine Athena-Svyatomyra Pashko (2009)
  17. Ukraine Mykola Plakhotnyuk (2009)
  18. Ukraine Vasyl Chervoniy (2009, posthumous)
  19. Brazil Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (2009)
  20. Ukraine Roman Krutsyk (2010)
  21. Ukraine Eugene Pronyuk (2010)
  22. Ukraine Ivan Sokulsky (2010, posthumous)
  23. Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev (2010)
  24. Ukraine Volodymyr Sabodan (2010)
  25. Latvia Valdis Zatlers (2011)
  26. Ukraine Borys Paton (2012)
  27. Ukraine Leonid Gubersky (2013)
  28. Mount AthosTurkey Bartholomew I of Constantinople (2013)
  29. Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev (2013)
  30. Ukraine Leonid Kravchuk (2014)
  31. NATODenmark Anders Fogh Rasmussen (2014)
  32. Ukraine Dmytro Pavlychko (2015)
  33. Russia Boris Nemtsov (2015, posthumous)
  34. Ukraine Myroslav Symchych (2015)
  35. Portugal José Manuel Barroso (2015)
  36. United States George Soros (2015)
  37. Ukraine Omelyan Koval (2015)
  38. Ukraine Svyatoslav Vakarchuk (2016)
  39. Ukraine Ivan Marchuk (2016)
  40. Ukraine Yuriy Shcherbak (2016)
  41. Ukraine Aleksandrov Ihor (2016, posthumous)
  42. Ukraine Viktor Kuksa (2016)
  43. Ukraine Vsevolod Stebliuk (2016)
  44. Canada Stephen Harper (2016)
  45. United States Richard Lugar (2016)
  46. United States John McCain (2016)
  47. Canada Bohdan Hawrylyshyn (2016)
  48. Slovenia Borut Pahor (2016)
  49. Ukraine Levko Lukyanenko (2016)
  50. Ukraine Ihor Yukhnovskyi (2016)
  51. Ukraine Volodymyr Kolinets (2017)
  52. Ukraine Refat Chubarov (2017)

External links

  • The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine adopted the Law "On Amendments to the Law of Ukraine "On the State Decorations of Ukraine" // Official Internet Presentation of The Chairman of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine
  • The Law of Ukraine “On Amendments to the Law of Ukraine ‘On State Awards of Ukraine’”


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