A story according to Putin: in Russia, the crimes of the German army during World War II are being investigated

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Putin ordered the local authorities to take care of the burial places of the victims of the Nazis, as well as military graves. According to him, this is important not only for the past, but also for the future.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin during a meeting of the Pobeda organizing committee spoke about the importance of shaping the worldview of Russian youth on the basis of “continuity of generations and loyalty to traditions.” In this context, he spoke about the need to prevent the distortion of history and the planting of myths about the Second World War. In this regard, Putin said that the Russian prosecutor's office is now investigating war crimes of the German army during World War II.

According to him, the investigating authorities and the prosecutor's office are revealing more and more facts of the murders of innocent people, as well as discovering previously unknown mass graves of executed, tortured women, children, the elderly.

“And in addition to the legal, judicial assessment of the facts of their death we are obliged to preserve the memory of them, including as a reminder, evidence of the very essence of Nazism. This is an extremely important thing,” Putin stressed.

The Russian president added that about 100 places are known in the Russian Federation today where the remains of the victims of the Nazis are buried, which, according to Putin, should also be marked and well-groomed, like military burials. At the same time, he indirectly confirmed that these burials are not being taken care of enough.

“I would like to draw your attention, and above all, of course, to the local authorities, that military burials must be carefully monitored and looked after. Not everywhere we are achieving the desired result in this area of ​​work, and this is an important area: it is not only about the past, but about our present and future,” Putin said.

In his speech, the head of the Kremlin also did not miss the opportunity to recall Ukraine. According to him, a scenario has been implemented in our country to rewrite history in order to divide the civilian population and encroach on sovereignty. Putin is convinced that they want to implement such an aggressive scenario in Russia, but a “solid barrier” prevents it.

“There were attempts to do the same with our country, with Russia, but we are on time and firmly enough to defend their interests, put a barrier on them,” the Russian president said.