Dhaka August 21 2022 :
Russian Defence Minister General of the Army Sergei Shoigu on manifestation of the Nazi policy in Europe (First International Anti-Fascist Congress) on August 20 2022.
Today we are witnessing another vivid manifestation of the Nazi policy, when the Russo phobic idea of banning all Russian citizens from entering the European Union is being actively promoted from high tribunes in Europe.
Official Kiev, has openly declared itself heir and successor to the cause of the bloody Ukrainian nationalists. The Verkhovna Rada has proclaimed fighters of Ukrainian Insurgent Army as fighters for national independence.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union, everything was done in Washington to turn Ukraine into the antipode of Russia. The promotion of legislation banning the Russian language, Russian media, Russian culture – everything related to our country was encouraged.
The fundamental principles of the world order and the legal and political evaluations of the Nuremberg Tribunal were increasingly ignored and revised by individual countries, in particular the Baltic States.
‘SS legionnaires’ marches have become traditional in Estonia and Latvia, with monuments and obelisks erected to war criminals. Nazi slogans and appeals are openly heard in the streets of Lithuanian cities.
It is clear that the financial and economic co-operation between Anglo-American and Nazi business circles was a major factor leading to the Second World War, which cost humanity unprecedented human lives.
27 million of Russian people were killed during WWII. No other nation in the world has paid such a price. Of the total number of victims, nearly 14 million were civilians. This is a direct consequence of the Nazi policy pursued by the invaders.
The bombing of Yugoslavia, the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya, the nurturing of terrorist structures in Syria. These and similar crimes always have specific instigators and perpetrators. Responsibility for such actions and their consequences lies squarely with the leadership of the US and NATO, said a recent release by the Embassy of Russian Federation in London.