Putin has promised

Russia will open a center of archival documents about the Second world war, said at a meeting with veterans and representatives of public Patriotic associations in Saint-Petersburg the President of Russia Vladimir Putin. According to him, the center and its website will be open to Russian citizens and for the world.

So, Putin added, Russia will plug true fundamental information “filthy mouth, which takes some figures over the hill to achieve short-term political goals.” As an example, the Russian President referred to Israel’s actions which never allows the world to forget the victims of the Holocaust.

just in Israel, Putin will travel in the coming days for the opening of the monument to the victims of the siege of Leningrad, reports TASS. According to the President, he is very grateful for this initiative to the leadership of Israel and to all the initiators of this “good things”, reminding about the victims of the Second world war, and those who made a decisive contribution to the destruction of the Nazis.

In the Northern capital Minister arrived to participate in commemorative events dedicated to the 77th anniversary of breaking the siege of Leningrad. During the meeting with veterans and representatives of public Patriotic associations, he also urged the heads of regions of the country to support the project of the Russian popular front (onf) to launch a mobile application launched in October 2019 all-Russian project “support for veterans”. If the veteran will need to go and get groceries, walk accompanied by a volunteer to the clinic or work in a country house, he can just press the button, the request will go to onf, and there, together with volunteers will start the respective work.

Earlier, the defense Ministry published declassified documents from the archives of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Warsaw from the Nazis. On the Internet portal of the Ministry there is a new historical section, including the collection of documents on the Warsaw uprising in September 1944.

Moscow repeatedly pointed to the attempts of some countries to rewrite History. In mid-December 2019, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Poland colluded with Nazi Germany. At the disposal of Russia there is proof of negotiations in different countries with the Third Reich.