Komsomol of Ukraine
|Ле́нінська Комуністи́чна Спі́лка Мо́лоді Украї́ни (ЛКСМУ)|
|Motto||For the rights of youth, public rule, socialism!|
|Formation||26 June 1919|
|Communist Party of Ukraine|
|Affiliations||Molod Ukrayiny (1991)|
Komsomol of Ukraine, officially Lenin's Communist Society of Youth of Ukraine (Ukrainian: Ле́нінська Комуністи́чна Спі́лка Мо́лоді Украї́ни), is a revived All-Ukrainian youth organization that was reestablished in 1997 as a youth wing of the Communist Party of Ukraine.
The Komsomol in Ukraine was established on June 26, 1919. In the Soviet Union such organization existed in 1919 - 1991. It was dissolved after the Communist Party of Ukraine was prohibited in Ukraine. It was revived in 1997. The original publishing newspaper was Molod Ukrayiny (1925-1991).
In 2011 with the support from the Communist Party of Ukraine and the Ministry of Education and Science, Komsomol initiated a process on revival of the Pioneer Organization of Ukraine. The base of such organization will be a reformed ideology of Children Communist.
Leaders of Komsomol
- Official website
- Resolution of the Supreme Council of Ukraine "About the 85th Anniversary of Komsomol of Ukraine and enforcing the role of youth public organization in development of relationship with the youth
- Official website of the Pioneer Organization of Ukraine
- Interview of the last leader of Komsomol to the weekly "Events and people". by Irina Golotyuk in 2008