The canadian Minister was dressed in a shirt and wrote “Glory to Ukraine!” on Twitter

Harjit Sajjan (right)

The Minister of national defence of Canada harjit Sajjan, on the occasion of the “Ukrainian day” in Parliament dressed in a Ukrainian embroidered shirt, and also posted on his Twitter a message on Ukrainian language.

“On Parliament hill “Ukrainian day”! Canadian armed forces are fully cooperating with partners from the Armed forces of Ukraine. Glory To Ukraine!”, — written by Sajan.

Canada is the third country in the world in terms of the Ukrainian population (after Russia and Ukraine). According to 2011 data, the number of Canadians of Ukrainian origin were about 276 thousand people, about one million had Ukrainian roots at one of the relatives.

Sajjan was appointed defense Minister in November 2015, becoming the first Sikh in office. Sikhs — followers of the religious teachings, living mainly in the territory of India.

The Slogan “Glory To Ukraine! Glory to heroes!” became popular again during the Euromaidan protests of 2014 in Ukraine. It is used as the nationalists and officials, including President Petro Poroshenko.

It is foreign policy. In August the foreign Minister of Germany Sigmar Gabriel was suspected of being a Nazi because of this slogan, since this combined with the pulling up of the right hand was adopted as the institutional password, the welcome to the members of the Organization of Ukrainian nationalists and the Ukrainian insurgent army (both organizations are banned in Russia) in the period of the Second world war. It was made in the image of the Nazi greeting that was common in Nazi Germany.