List of people killed during the Revolution of Dignity

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Corpses of Yu. Paraschuk, U. Holodnyuk and R. Varenitsya in Hotel Ukrayina
Memorial for killed Euromaidan participants.
Moment of silence in memory of killed Euromaidan participants.

This is the list of people killed during the Revolution of Dignity, Ukraine. The list includes 130 identified individuals from both sides of the conflict who died during the events, including 18 police officers who were killed by the protesters.[1] The majority of those killed were civilians who supported the revolution.

Ukrainian sources often refer to the killed protesters as the Heavenly Hundred (Ukrainian: Небесна сотня Nebesna sotnya; it may also be translated as "Heavenly Company"). On 21 February 2014, Verkhovna Rada recognized the perished protesters of Euromaidan as victims.[2] On 21 November 2014 by Petro Poroshenko's decree the perished Ukrainian protesters of Euromaidan were posthumously awarded the Hero of Ukraine title.[3] Three non-Ukrainian citizens killed in the Euromaidan events were each posthumously awarded the title Knight of the Order of the Heaven's Hundred Heroes.[4] Since 2015 "the Day of the Heavenly Hundred Heroes" is celebrated on 20 February to commemorate the deaths.[5][6]


Special Operations police "Berkut" member on Hrushevskoho Street in Kyiv (19 January 2014)
An unidentified protester armed with an air rifle. Clashes in Kyiv, Ukraine.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry looks at the photos of some of those killed at Maidan, at the Verkhovna Rada in Kyiv (4 March 2014)

The first deaths occurred on Unity Day, 22 January 2014, during riots on Hrushevskoho Street in Kyiv, where three Euromaidan activists were shot dead. On the same day, the dead body of another Euromaidan activist was found on the outskirts of the city; he had been kidnapped a day before with Ihor Lutsenko, who was released. These were the first victims to die in demonstrations in Ukraine since it gained national independence in 1991. The deaths caused widespread protests across the country. On 23 January 2014, then Prime Minister Mykola Azarov in an interview with BBC said that police had not been issued firearms, and said no police officers were located on the rooftops around the protest area. He stated that the shooting of protesters was a provocation by extremist forces aimed at escalating violence.[7] Party of Regions MP Arsen Klinchayev stated during a memorial service in Luhansk for those killed on 22 January by police, "These people were against the government. Nobody has the right to use physical force against police officers. And then they have their sticks, then stones, then something else. The police have the right to defend their lives. So I think it's right that these four people were killed. Moreover, I believe that you need to be stricter."[8]

Five more deaths in connection with Euromaidan occurred between 25 January and 13 February.

The second active phase started February 18. After a brief truce on 19 February, the clashes renewed 20 February. According to the newspaper Ukrainska Pravda, special forces (Berkut) and Interior Troops snipers[9] shot at people on Maidan and/or snipers located in nearby buildings, with the special forces firing with AK-47 assault rifles.[10] 20 February was the bloodiest day of the clashes, with at least 21 anti-government protesters killed.[11] The final death toll from these clashes in late February was 103 protesters and 13 police.[12][13][14] According to the Deputy Prosecutor General of Ukraine Oleh Zalisko in February 2014, 67 people were killed in Kyiv's city centre, 184 sustained gunshot wounds and over 750 suffered bodily injuries (as stated on 9 December 2014).[15] On 20 February 2014, the (then) opposition parties (Batkivshchyna, UDAR and Svoboda) released a statement that stated "To hold talks with the regime, the policies of which led to the deaths of many people, is an extremely unpleasant thing but we must do everything possible and even the impossible to prevent further bloodshed".[16]

At least 17 people died from previously received wounds and injuries since then.

On 21 February 2014, Maidan participants wished last farewell to the perished protesters who they named the Heavenly Hundred.[17] During the event, a mourning Lemko song "A duck floats on the Tysa..." was heard (Ukrainian: «Плине кача по Тисині…»).

On 24 February 2014, the Verkhovna Rada (Ukraine's parliament) decided to propose that the next Ukrainian president award the title Hero of Ukraine to protesters killed in the clashes with the riot police.[18]

Identity of snipers[edit]

On 30 March 2014, The Daily Beast published photos which it stated were of members of the Alfa Group of the Ukrainian security services (SBU) taken on 20 February 2014, and said that these troops may have been trained by members of the Russian special forces.[19]

Identified deaths[edit]

Nationality Name Details Date of death Cause of death/Reference
Ukraine Yuriy Verbytskyiuk A scientist (seismologist) from the Geophysical Institute in Lviv.[20] Yury was a member of Lviv's climber society. After his death, the society proposed to name one of the Caucasian mountains after Verbytskyi—the idea was supported by the Georgian climber society which is currently looking for an unnamed mountain hill.[21] 21 or 22 January 2014 Verbytskyi was kidnapped from the Oleksandivsky Hospital together with Ihor Lutsenko on 21 January 2014.[22] His body was found on 22 January close to village Gnidyn of Boryspil Raion, with signs of torture.[23] However, the official cause of death was said to be hypothermia.[24]
Ukraine Pavlo Mazurenkouk Participated in Euromaidan[25] 21 December 2013 According to his wife, as reported by the Ukrayinska Pravda, Pavlo Mazurenko (41 years old) was beaten up on 18 December 2013 by three law enforcement agents in the neighborhood of Borshchahivka (Mykilska).[26] According to police, he died as a result of a fight with employees of a private security company that were guarding the Colibris store in Kyiv. Police also claimed that Pavlo's wife stated he was not involved in Euromaidan protests.[27] Ukrainian UNIAN News Agency interviewed Pavlo's wife days after, and she commented her husband was beaten by "three men in black uniform and batons [...] more resembling interior ministry servicemen, or a private security company staff". She also claimed that the three ran away after beating Pavlo.[28] On 21 December, he visited a doctor who sent him to a hospital where Mazurenko was diagnosed with a concussion.[26] The same day he was hospitalized doctors found fractures to his skull.[26] On 22 December, Mazurenko died and his body was sent for forensic examination, after which he was diagnosed with two-way contagious bovine pleuropneumonia (lung plaque seen in bovine animals).[26]
Ukraine Serhiy Nigoyan Born in the village of Bereznuvativka in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast.[29] The Nigoyan family moved from Armenia to Ukraine as refugees of the first Nagorno-Karabakh War.[30] Nigoyan came to Euromaidan on 8 December and was mostly involved in security.[29] 22 January 2014 Died on 22 January 2014 during clashes with the police on Hrushevskyi street. He suffered multiple gunshot wounds during a Berkut attack on the Hrushevskoho Street barricades.[29][31][32] On November 18, 2015 according to the head of the Special Investigations Unit of the Main Investigation Department of the Prosecutor General Sergei Gorbatyuk, Serhiy Nigoyan and Mikhail Zhiznevsky were killed at a distance of not less than three meters, while the law enforcement agencies of the protesters were at a distance of about 30 meters.
Belarus Mykhailo Zhyznevskyi Zhyznevskyi left Belarus for political reasons. In Ukraine, he lived and worked in Kyiv and later Bila Tserkva.[33] Was a member of the Ukrainian nationalist group, the UNSO. At Euromaidan, Zhyznevskyi was involved in security.[33] 22 January 2014 Died on 22 January 2014 during Berkut's action on barricades on Hrushevsky street where he was shot in the chest by a sniper.[31][32] His funeral was attended by Euromaidan and opposition leaders; he was buried with the Ukrainian UNA-UNSO and Belarusian flags.[34]
Ukraine Roman Senyk Senyk was born in Lviv Oblast and in the last few years lived in Turka. 25 January 2014 During a Berkut action on barricades on Hrushevskoho Street, a grenade tore his hand and made multiple wounds in his lower chest and lungs.[35] Hit with a metal bullet in the lung, he underwent several operations and had to have his arm amputated.[36] Having lost more than 3.5 litres of blood, he died in one of Kyiv's hospitals after multiple surgeries.[37]
Ukraine Bohdan Kalyniak 52 years old from Kolomyia, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast 28 January 2014 Died at a hospital in Ivano-Frankivsk on 28 January. Kolomyia Mayor Igor Sluzar said the man had come down with pneumonia during the clashes on Hrushevskoho Street in Kyiv where police used water cannons on protesters despite sub-zero temperatures.[36]
Ukraine Serhiy Synenko AutoMaidan activist. Zaporizhia. 13 February 2014 In Zaporizhia, the gas tank of his car was shot at, causing it to explode and the car to engulf him in flames. Police stated the murder may have been motivated by his participation in Automaidan.[38]
Ukraine Serhiy Bondarev Software engineer from GlobalLogic, Kyiv. Originally from Kramatorsk, Donetsky region 18 February 2014 4 Gunshot wounds[39]
Ukraine Valeriy Brezdenyuk Ukrainian painter, known for "paintings on the water". From Zhmerynka, Vinnytska Oblast.,[40][41] 50 year old. 18 February 2014 Killed during clashes by a gunshot wound to the back.[42]
Ukraine Serhiy Didych Svoboda member. 44 years old. 18 February 2014 Died during the traffic incident while another protester was trying to break the police line on the truck.[43]
Ukraine Antonina Dvoryanets From Brovary. Kyiv Oblast. 61 years old.[44] 18 February 2014 Participated in a picketing action. Beaten to death with clubs during clashes on Instytutska Street.[45][46]
Ukraine Oleksandr Kapinos From Ternopil Oblast, Svoboda member, 29 years old. 18 February 2014 Killed during clashes.[42] According to his friend, Oleksandr was hit by a grenade, then shot in the head with a rubber bullet at close range. Died in the hospital.
Georgia (country) Zurab Khurtsia Georgian, 53 years old. 18 February 2014 Died from a heart attack on Maidan[45][47]
Ukraine Volodymyr Kishchuk From Zaporizhia Oblast. 58 years old. 18 February 2014 Shot during clashes with the riot police and Berkut on Hrushevskoho street.[48][49]
Ukraine Andriy Korchak Boryslav. Lviv Oblast 50 years old. 18 February 2014 Beaten by "Berkut" and died from a head injury in the hospital.[42][50]
Ukraine Volodymyr Kulchytskyi From Kyiv. 65 years old. 18 February 2014 Killed by two bullets during clashes.[42]
Ukraine Volodymyr Naumov Member of Euromaidan self-defense units, from Donetsk Oblast. 18 February 2014 Body found on Trukhaniv Island near the Dnipro River. Police accused Naumov of suicide.[45][51]
Ukraine Oleksandr Plekhanov 22 year-old college student from Kyiv. 18 February 2014 Killed during clashes[52]
Ukraine Ihor Serdyuk From Kremenchuk. 40 years old. 18 February 2014 Executed by "titushkas" thugs and "Berkut" next to Mariinskyi Park. He was building a barricade at the time.[39]
Ukraine Serhiy Shapoval From Kyiv. 45 years old. 18 February 2014 Shot during clashes with the riot police and Berkut on Hrushevskoho street.[48][49]
Ukraine Vyacheslav Veremiy Journalist for Vesti newspaper; lost 1 eye during the Hrushevskoho Street riots weeks prior; survived by a 4-year-old son.[53] 18 February 2014 Pulled out of a taxi on his way home from work and then shot in the chest by government-paid thugs.[54][55] A targeted killing. Driver was also severely beaten with lacerations to his legs.[56]
Ukraine Yakiv Zaiko Former People's Deputy of Ukraine, Zhytomyr. 73 years old. 18 February 2014 Died from heart attack while being chased by "Berkut" special unit.[57]
Ukraine Andriy Chernenko Slobodo-Petrivka, Poltava Oblast, 35 years old. Survived by 7 -month-old daughter. 19 February 2014 [39]
Ukraine Yuriy Paskhalin From Cherkasy Oblast. 30 years old. 19 February 2014 3 Gunshot wounds in the back and 1 pneumatic injury[39]
Ukraine Dmytro Maksymov From Kyiv, 19 years old. 18 February 2014 Injured by a grenade explosion, lost an arm, died of blood loss.[39]
Ukraine Vitaliy Vasyltsov from Bila Tserkva. 1977 (age 44–45) 19 February 2014 Shot on Velyka Zhitomirska st.[58]
Ukraine Serhiy Baidovsky from Lutsk, originally from Novovolynsk. 22 years old. 20 February 2014 Killed on Independence Square[58]
Ukraine Serhiy Bondarchuk from Starokostiantyniv. 1961 (age 60–61) Teacher of Physics.[59] 20 February 2014 Killed by sniper fire[58][59]
Ukraine Mykola Dziavulsky Born in Krasnoyarsky Krai, Russia. Lived in Shepetivka, Khmelnytskyi Oblast. 1958 (age 63–64) Teacher of geography and biology 20 February 2014 Killed by sniper fire on Instytutska Street.[59]
Ukraine Ustym Holodnyuk from Zbarazh, Ternopil Oblast 1994 (age 27–28) 19 years old? (query age inconsistency) 20 February 2014 Shot in the head by sniper fire[59]
Ukraine Eduard Hrynevych Volyn Oblast, born in 1985 (28 years old) 20 February 2014 Shot in the head by a sniper. Brought to St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery[39]
Ukraine Serhiy Kemsky From Kerch, Crimea. 34 years old. 20 February 2014 Brought to St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery[39]
Ukraine Ihor Kostenko Journalist from the newspaper Sportanalytic, geography student and contributor to the Ukrainian Wikipedia[60] from Buchach, Ternopil Oblast. 22 years old 20 February 2014 Brought to St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery[61]
Ukraine Ivan Kreman (Panteleyev) From Kremenchuk, Poltava Oblast 20 February 2014 Killed by sniper fire[59][62]
Ukraine Andrii Movchan from Kyiv. 34 years old. Democratic Alliance activist 20 February 2014 Killed by sniper fire. According to a friend, Andrii was bringing food to Maidan when he was killed.[63]
Ukraine Roman Nikulichev Kyiv, 21 years old 20 February 2014 [39]
Ukraine Dmytro Pahor Khmelnytskyi, 21 y/o 20 February 2014 Shot in the head next to the SBU office in Khmelnitsky[64]
Ukraine Yuriy Parashchuk Lived in Kharkiv, born in Talne, Cherkasy Oblast. Born in 1966 (47 y/o) 20 February 2014 Shot in the head and killed by sniper fire on Instytutska Street.[39]
Ukraine Anatoliy Korneyev From Havrylivtsi, Khmelnytskyi Oblast 20 February 2014 Killed by sniper fire.[39]
Ukraine Andriy Sayenko From Fastiv. 42 years old 20 February 2014 7th Sotnia of Maidan Self-Defense. Killed by a sniper[65]
Ukraine Yosyp Shylinh (1953-02-14) February 14, 1953 (age 69) From Drohobych 20 February 2014 Shot in the head by a sniper next to October Palace[39]
Ukraine Viktor Chmilenko Borysivka, Bobrynets Raion 1961 (age 60–61) 20 February 2014 Killed by sniper fire[59]
Ukraine Vitaliy Smolinsky Furmanivka village. From Cherkasy Oblast. 20 February 2014 Brought to St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery[39]
Ukraine Bohdan Solchanyk From Stary Sambir, Lviv Oblast, Professor of Ukrainian Catholic University 20 February 2014 Brought to St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery[39]
Ukraine Igor Tkachuk Znamensk, Kaliningrad Oblast (Russia) 1975 (age 46–47). Father of three children with the youngest only a year old. 20 February 2014 Killed by sniper fire.[59]
Ukraine Bohdan Ilkiv Shirets, Lviv Oblast, 51 years old 22 February 2014 Shot twice in the stomach on Maidan. Died in the hospital.[66]
Ukraine Roman Tochyn Khodoriv 1970 (age 51–52), Svoboda party member 20 February 2014 Shot in the head by a sniper.[59]
Ukraine Oleksandr Tsariok Kalinin, Vasylkiv Raion, Kyiv Oblast 20 February 2014 Killed by sniper fire[59]
Ukraine Oleh Ushnevych Drohobych 1982 (age 39–40) 20 February 2014 Killed by sniper fire[59]
Ukraine Roman Varenytsia from Yavoriv Raion. (1978-12-14) December 14, 1978 (age 43) 20 February 2014 Killed by sniper fire[58][59]
Ukraine Nazar Voytovych A 17-year-old from Travneve village, Ternopil Oblast 20 February 2014 Brought to St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery[39]
Ukraine Anatoliy Zhalovaha Lviv, born in 1980 20 February 2014 Brought to St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery[39]
Ukraine Anatoliy Zherebnyh Rudky, Lviv Oblast 20 February 2014 Brought to St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery[39]
Ukraine Bohdan Vaida Letnya village, Lviv Oblast, 48 years old 20 February 2014 Shot in the chest by a sniper[39]
Ukraine Volodymyr Chaplinsky Obukhiv, born in 1979 (34 y/o) 20 February 2014 Shot in the neck by a sniper[39]
Ukraine Ihor Dmytriv Kopanky village, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, 30 years old 20 February 2014 Shot in the chest by a sniper[39]
Ukraine Andriy Dyhdalovych Sokilnyky, Pustomyty Raion, Lviv Oblast, born in 1973 20 February 2014 Shot by a sniper while covering a friend.[39]
Ukraine Roman Hurik Ivano-Frankivsk, born in 1994 19 February 2014 Shot in the head by a sniper[39]
Ukraine Vitaliy Kotsyuba Lviv, 32 years old 20 February 2014 [39]
Ukraine Oleksandr Khrapachenko Theatre director from Rivne, originally from Zdolbunov, born in 1987 (26 years old) 20 February 2014 Shot in the head and killed by sniper fire.[39]
Ukraine Vasyl Moysey Born March 23, 1992 (21 years old) in Zubrets, Buchach Raion, Ternopil Oblast. He was living in Kivertsi, Volyn Oblast while a 4th year student at Lutsk University Institute of Human Development "Ukraine". 20 February 2014 Shot in the chest by a sniper on the morning of February 20, 2014. He had arrived with the Volyn Self-Defense unit on the Maidan in Kyiv on the night of February 18. He died at the 17th hospital in Kyiv from the gunshot wound, despite having worn a bulletproof vest.[67][39][68]
Ukraine Valeriy Opanasyuk Rivne, born in 1971. Had 4 children. 20 February 2014 Shot by a sniper[39]
Ukraine Volodymyr Pavliuk Kolomyia, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, about 40 years old 20 February 2014 Shot 4 times, once in the head. Died in the hospital [39]
Ukraine Leonid Polyansky About 35 years old 20 February 2014 Body found in morgue on Oranhereyna Street[39]
Ukraine Oleksandr Shcherbaniuk From Chernivtsi, Batkivshchina party member. Afghanistan war veteran. 20 February 2014 Shot in the heart by a sniper[39]
Ukraine Maksym Shymko From Vinnytsia, 33 years old 20 February 2014 Shot by a sniper [39]
Ukraine Ivan Tarasiuk Olyka village, Volyn Oblast, born in 1993, 21 years old 20 February 2014 Killed by a sniper.[39]
Ukraine Ivan Bliok Horodok, Lviv Oblast, born in 1973 (40 y/o) 20 February 2014 Shot in the heart by a sniper[39]
Ukraine Mykola Pankiv Lapayivka, Lviv Oblast, 39 years old 20 February 2014 Shot in the chest[39]
Ukraine Vasyly Prohorskiy Kyiv, 33 years old 18 February 2014 Went to Maidan on Feb 18, was missing, found dead and tortured.[39]
Ukraine Viktor Shvets Hatne village, Kyiv Oblast, born in 1957 19 February 2014 Shot in the stomach 3 times[39]
Ukraine Volodymyr Zherebniy Born in Vyshnya village (moved to Rudky), Lviv Oblast, born in 1985 (28 years old) 20 February 2014 Shot in the neck by a sniper[69]
Ukraine Liudmyla Sheremet Khmelnytskyi, 73 years old 22 February 2014 Shot in the head by an SBU officer on 19 February 2014 during the storming of SBU office in Khmelnitsky. Died in the hospital three days later.[70][71]
Ukraine Yevhen Kotliar Kharkiv, born in 1980 (33 y/o) 20 February 2014 Shot on Instytutska Street.[72]
Ukraine Ivan Horodniuk Berezne, Rivne Oblast, 29 years old 19 February 2014 On 18 February, was beaten by "Berkut" and soaked from a water cannon. Returned home 19 February and died from a heart attack same night.[39]
Ukraine Andriy Tsepun Kyiv, 35 years old 21 February 2014 EuroMaidan activist, found beaten to death.[73]
Ukraine Maksym Mashkov 21 February 2014 Died in the hospital [73]
Ukraine Maksym Horoshishin Hrushivka village, Cherkasy Oblast, 25 years old 18 February 2014 Died from gas grenade poisoning during the clashes on Instytutska Street.[74]
Ukraine Georgiy Arutiunyan Georgian Citizen of Armenian descent, lived in Rivne, born in 1960. 20 February 2014 Shot by a sniper. Brought to St. Michael's Golden-Domed Monastery[39]
Ukraine Volodymyr Melnychuk Lived in Kyiv, 40 years old 20 February 2014 Was helping Euromaidan activists. Shot in the neck by a sniper while standing next to his wife.[75]
Georgia (country) David Kipiani Republic of Georgia 21 February 2014 Found wounded, likely shot by a sniper, next to the barricades on Khmelnytsky Street, died in the emergency vehicle.[76]
Ukraine Victor Chernets Podibna, Cherkasy Oblast, born in 1977 19 February 2014 Died from injury caused by the collision with an unidentified SUV while guarding an improvised checkpoint built to block special units and thugs on Kyiv-Odesa highway. The SUV was storming the checkpoint to open the way for the Interior troops.[77]
Ukraine Oleksandr Scherbatyuk From Chernivtsi; 46 years old; Jewish; Afghan war veteran 20 February 2014 Killed by snipers.[78]
Ukraine Volodymyr Topiy Vyshnya village, Lviv Oblast, 57 years old 18 January 2014 Died during the fire at the Trade Unions Building[79]
Ukraine Volodymyr Zubok Chernihiv Oblast, born in 1985 20 January 2014 [79]
Ukraine Viktor Khomyak Euromaidan activist 27 January 2014 Body found hung on the Christmas Tree on the Maidan. Details are unknown.[79]
Ukraine Viktor Prokhorchuk born in 1975 (38 years old) 18 February 2014 Member of the self-defense. Was found with his throat slit on the backyard of a Kreshchatik house a week after disappearance on 18 February.[79]
Ukraine Andriy Zhanovachiy born in 1964 20? February 2014 [79]
Ukraine Volodymyr Boykiv born in 1955 19 February 2014 [79]
Ukraine Oleksiy Bratushko From Sumy, born in 1971 20 February 2014 Shot by a sniper on Instytutska Street.[79]
Ukraine Ihor Batchinsky 30 years old 25 February 2014 [79]
Ukraine Mykola Tarshchuk born in 1975 20 February 2014 Shot in the neck by a sniper[79]
Ukraine Mykola Semisiuk From Khmelnytskyi, born in 1986 20 February 2014 Shot in the head by a sniper[79]
Ukraine Ihor Pehenko Vyshhorod, Kyiv Oblast, born in 1970, 43 years old 20 February 2014 Shot in the neck by a sniper[80]
Ukraine Vladyslav Zubenko "Svoboda" Party activist from Kharkiv, born in 1991, 22 years old 28 February 2014 Shot by a sniper 20 February, died from the wounds in the hospital.[81]
Ukraine Artem Mazur 26 years old 3 March 2014 Sustained heavy head trauma, died from the wounds in the hospital.[82]
Ukraine Taras Slobodian From Ternopil Oblast, 31 years old 5 March 2014 Body was found in the woods of Sumskiy Forest[83] in October 2013? (query date - precedes date of death) [84]
Ukraine Mykhailo Kostyshyn Nyzhniy Strutyn, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast 26 February 2014 Was on Maidan from the first days. Beaten to death in January 2014, was in the hospital for almost a month but did not recover.[85]
Ukraine Artur Khuntsaar From Ivano-Frankivsk, born in 1984 (29 years old) 18 February 2014 Killed by a sniper.
Ukraine Yuriy Nechiporuk From Khmilnyk, Vinnytsia Oblast, 30 years old 18 February 2014 Euromaidan activist, kidnapped and killed by thugs. Sustained 20 knife wounds.[86]
Ukraine Anatoliy Kurach From Rivne 21 February 2014 Died because of a head trauma received on Maidan[87]
Ukraine Oleksandr Badera From Volodymyr-Volynsky, born in 1948 (66 years old) 28 January 2014 Died because of trauma received 22 January 2014 on Hrushevskoho Street.
Ukraine Oleksandr Baliuk From Lypovy village, Zhytomyr Oblast, born in 1974 (39 years old) 20 February 2014 Received a firearm wound to the chest. Was trying to rescue another person.[88]
Ukraine Reshat Ametov From Crimea, born in 1975. Father of 3 children. 3 March 2014? Participated in the protests against separatism movement. Disappeared 3 March, found on 15 March tortured to death.[89]
Ukraine Vyacheslav Vorona Born in Prypyat, lived in Kyiv 9 March 2014 Received a head injury during the clashes, was brought to the intensive care, never recovered from coma.
Ukraine Vasyl Aksenin From Letyache, Ternopil Oblast, born in 1961. 12 March 2014 Was heavily wounded on 20 February in Kyiv. At the end of February he was sent for treatment to Poland, but did not survive.
Ukraine Olha Bura From Rypne, Lviv Oblast, born in 1986. 10 March 2014 Participated in the protests since the end of November. Died at a hospital from the serious injuries received during the clashes.
Ukraine Vasyl Sheremet From Lanchyn, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, born in 1949 (64 y/o). 7 March 2014 Died from wounds sustained during the clashes with "Berkut"
Ukraine Ivan Nakonechny From Kyiv, born in 1931 (82 years old). 7 March 2014 Navy officer. Was on the Euromaidan since 30 November. Died from wounds sustained during the clashes on Instytutska Street on 19 February 2014.
Ukraine Petro Hadzha Lived in Kyiv, born in Rakhiv, Zakarpattia Oblast, born in 1966 (47 years old). 22 March 2014 Was on the Euromaidan since its first days. Member of the 8th Sotnia. Died in the hospital due to gas poisoning which he had sustained during the clashes on Hrushevskoho Street.
Ukraine Dmytro Chernyavskiy Born in the Donetsk Oblast. Studied at Lviv National University, born in 1992 (22 years old). 13 March 2014 On 13 March, participated in the meeting for the unity of Ukraine in the city of Donetsk. Was stabbed to death in clashes with pro-Russian activists.
Ukraine Roman Olikh Born in the village of Hybalivka, Vinnytsia Oblast. 15 February 2014 Came to Maidan in January. On the 6th of February he was injured and taken to a hospital in Kyiv. Fell into coma and never recovered.

Unnamed dead activists[edit]

There are currently some unidentified activists who were reported killed during the conflict.

  • During the Hrushevskoho Street riots, a 22‑year-old man died falling from the colonnade near the Lobanovsky Dynamo Stadium during a beating by police; the cause of death was multiple injuries, particularly spine fracture.[90]
  • Two unnamed shooting victims were announced by Euromaidan medical service coordinators on the evening of the 22nd.[91] The identity of the two remains unknown as their bodies disappeared from the street after the action of Berkut in the early morning 22 January 2014.[92] Roman Senyk was later identified as shot and killed on this date.
  • On 26 January, the body of a man was found in the Obolon district of Kyiv, with his hands bound.[93]
  • On 29 January, two male activists, one younger and one older, were shot on Hrushevskoho Street and brought to a Kyiv hospital. The latter died from the gunshot wounds the following day.[94] A UDAR MP accused police of shooting the two as a provocation.[95]
  • On 15 February, the body of a missing Euromaidan activist was found outside of Kyiv.[96][97]
  • On 18–19 February, 16 protesters were killed in clashes with police,[98] of whom 7 have been named.
  • Later, on 19 February at 9 pm, a young man was killed in Khmelnytsky outside the SBU building in further clashes with police.[99] 5Kanal reported both a 23‑year-old and a 16‑year-old were shot and killed.[100]
  • On 20 February, at least 34 protesters were shot dead as of 1 pm, with reporters verifying the bodies (15 at Kozatsky Hotel, 12 at Ukraine Hotel, 7 at the central post office).[101][102] Kyiv Post journalists reported an additional eight bodies on Khreshchatyk Street early afternoon, separate from the previous body count.[101] Olha Bohomolets, one of the attending physicians to 12 fatal gunshot victims at Ukraine Hotel, said that the victims were shot with high-precision rifles and powerful ammunition that broke their bones.[101]

Other deaths[edit]

On February 18, 2014 militants from the Social-National Assembly and the Patriots of Ukraine seized and burned down the central office of the ruling Party of Regions.[103] A 57-year-old IT engineer Vladimir Konstantinovich Zakharov died in the fire. According to Party of Regions' statement, Zakharov proposed to the attackers to provide an exit route for the women office workers and was mortally struck in the head with a bat.[104] According to the Ukrainian news site, Zakharov died of carbon monoxide poisoning while taking money from the office's safe.[105] On April 10, 2020 Ukraine's State Bureau of Investigations handed a murder suspicion notice to a former People's Deputy of Ukraine Tetiana Chornovol. Chornovol is accused of "controlling actions of a group of people and directly participating in the arson" of the Party of Regions office building.[106]

Police officers' deaths[edit]

The Maidan activists seeking the change of government were opposed by the Ukrainian police force. As of 2 March, The Ministry of Internal Affairs reported 18 police officer fatalities related to the conflict.[1] Two deaths which occurred during the crisis were considered by The Interior Ministry's as having no relation to Euromaidan or civil unrest.[107] In addition, according to the Minister of Internal Affairs, another police officer, 30-year-old captain of the Internal Troops of Ukraine Dmytro Donets, had died from a heart attack.[108] On 18 February, six officers were killed in action against protest camps in Kyiv.[109]

Nationality Rank Name Details Date of death Reference
Ukraine Lieutenant Dmytro Vlasenko Born 1982, Internal Troops (Crimea) 18 February 2014 [110]
Ukraine Lieutenant Vitaliy Honcharov Born 1989, Internal Troops (Crimea) 18 February 2014 [110]
Ukraine Lieutenant Volodymyr Yevtushok Born 1971, Patrol Service (Kyiv) 18 February 2014 [110][111]
Ukraine Senior Lieutenant Andriy Fediukin Born 1972, Berkut (Crimea) 18 February 2014 [110]
Ukraine Oleksiy Ivanenko Born 1977, Internal Troops (Kharkiv) 18 February 2014 [110]
Ukraine Lieutenant Petro Savitsky Born 1972, Patrol Service (Kyiv) 18 February 2014 [110]
Ukraine Sergeant Vasil' Bulitko Born 1986, Berkut (Kyiv) 18 February 2014 [110]
Ukraine Sergeant Serhiy Tsvihun Born 1990, Berkut (Zaporizhia) 18 February 2014 [110]
Ukraine Ivan Tepliuk Born 1993, Internal Troops (Kyiv) 18 February 2014 [110]
Ukraine Maxim Tretiak Born 1993, Internal Troops (Kyiv) 18 February 2014 [110]
Ukraine Serhiy Spichak Berdyansk (Zaporizhia region) 19 February 2014 [112]
Ukraine Volodymyr Zubok [112]
Ukraine Vitaliy Zakharchenko [112]
Ukraine Roman Kizik [112]
Ukraine Nazariy Myrka [112]
Ukraine Serhiy Mikhaylovych [112]
Ukraine Mykola Simisiuk [112]

Legacy of the dead pro-Euromaidan activists[edit]

Ukrainian sources often refer the pro-Euromaidan activists who died during Euromaidan as "The Heavenly Hundred".[113] In April 2014, the Kyiv City State Administration and Culture Ministry of Ukraine stated that they expected to open a memorial complex "to the heroes of Heavenly Hundred" in February 2015, on the occasion of the anniversary of the death activists.[114] On 1 July 2014, the Verkhovna Rada (the parliament of Ukraine) established the Medal "Order of the Heavenly Hundred Heroes".[115][116] On 25 August 2014, President Petro Poroshenko claimed he had called the 2014 Ukrainian parliamentary election in order to purify parliament of MPs who had supported "the [January 2014] Dictatorship laws that took the lives of the Heavenly hundred".[117][118]

Kyiv City Council renamed a part of Instytutska Street into Heavenly Hundred Heroes Avenue on 20 November 2014.[119]

President Poroshenko decreed on 11 February 2015 that 20 February will annually be commemorated as "Day of the Heavenly Hundred Heroes"; his decree also establish (an action plan to accomplish) a museum in Kyiv dedicated to Euromaidan.[5][6] On 20 February, it is compulsory for Ukrainian TV channels to display a flaming candle or a similar stylized image, and, at 12:00, a minute of silence must be observed.[120]


"Heavenly Hundred" monument in Ternopil
"Heavenly Hundred" monument in Mykolaiv
  • On February 23, 2014, in Poltava former monument of Lenin, which was taken down couple of days prior on February 21, its pedestal was converted into "monument of the Maidan Heroes".[121]
  • On April 13, 2014, in hamlet Buda, Chyhyryn Raion (vicinity of historical Cold Ravine) was installed a monument to "the Heavenly Hundred".[122]
  • On May 6, 2014, in Dubno was consecrated a commemorative landmark to "the Heavenly Hundred".[123]
  • On September 21, 2015, outside of Chicago in Bloomingdale, Illinois was opened a monument commemorating the people perished during the Euromaidan.[124]

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Media related to People killed during Euromaidan at Wikimedia Commons

  • Website dedicated to the killed protesters
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