Permanent representatives of the CIS countries spoke out against the distortion of history and for dialogue on security in the world.
MINSK, May 9 – RIA Novosti. The Council of Permanent Plenipotentiaries of the CIS States to the legislative and other bodies of the Commonwealth of Nations expressed its opposition to the distortion of the results of the Second World War, and at the same time expressed the hope for the resumption of a broad international dialogue for its sake as soon as possible. strengthening international security.
In a written statement from the Permanent Council of Representatives, “Press release regarding the celebration of Victory Day in the Second Great Patriotic War.
Permanent representatives stated that they argued that “the lessons of the Second World War continue to be a moral guide for the world community and serve as a warning against global conflicts and wars that are devastating to humanity.”
We look forward to the resumption of a broad international dialogue as soon as possible, aimed at strengthening the system of international security and trust between states, based on the observance of universally accepted norms and principles of international law to prevent and eliminate threats to peace.”
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It is noted that the permanent representatives of the CIS countries aim to promote in every possible way the dissemination of objective information about the events of the period of the Great Patriotic War and the preservation of the historical heritage associated with them.
“We expect all countries to take a responsible approach to their obligations to preserve historical memory, including memorials, commemorations, memorial complexes and military burials of those who died in the struggle against the Nazi occupiers,” the press release said.
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