The Belgian, Polish and Lithuanian prime ministers arrived in Kyiv Saturday, offering a show of support as Ukraine prepares to commemorate those who died in the great famine of 1932-33, known as Holodomor. The famine, which was directly caused by Soviet policies, killed 4 million people and has been recognized by the European Parliament as a “crime against humanity.” Ukrainian officials have drawn direct parallels between the famine of the 1930s and Russia’s attempts to destroy Ukraine’s identity.