The exhibition mostly focuses on the Revolution of Dignity and counter-terrorist operation in Donbass.
Poroshenko was accompanied by the mother of Nadezhda Savchenko, a Ukrainian air force pilot who has been illegally held in a Russian prison for more than a year. Nadezhda Savchenko’s personal belongings handed over by her family members, as well as her portrait painted on a fragment of the Berlin Wall, are currently on display at the exhibition.
The exhibition also features photos taken during the Revolution of Dignity and hostilities in Donbass, Ukrainian symbols, including a flag of the 95th brigade and photos of activists and servicemen, symbols used during the Revolution of Dignity, such as protesters' helmets, and pictures children drew for soldiers fighting in Eastern Ukraine.
Named after an identically named crossing point between the former German Democratic Republic and Western Berlin, Checkpoint Charlie museum features a permanent display dedicated to the history of the Berlin Wall and struggle for human rights in different countries of the world.