The new campaign against historical memory, launched by the Ukrainian authorities, can form a new generation of “angry, empty and greedy ignoramuses“, said a member of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs, Sergey Zheleznyak. The Deputy’s statement was distributed on January 29 by his press service
The politician noted that the main danger in the campaign organized by the Ukrainian authorities against historical memory is its influence on young people. From it, Ukrainian politicians with their lies form a generation of “those who do not remember their kinship”, said Zheleznyak.
Zheleznyak noted that even if the former President of Ukraine Leonid Kravchuk could live “talk nonsense about World War II”, then you should not expect anything else from young Ukrainian figures. “The epidemic of blatant lies and outright nonsense on the topic of the great Patriotic war has struck Ukrainian politicians of all generations,” the MP concluded.
On January 28, Kravchuk said in a live broadcast of the program “60 minutes” on the Russia 1 TV channel that in 1940 there was allegedly a meeting of Joseph Stalin and Adolf Hitler in Lvov. This statement was made during the discussion of the words of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky that the USSR together with Germany was responsible for starting World War II.
During a radio broadcast on January 29, Kravchuk retracted his words about collusion between Stalin and Hitler. He said that he was not familiar with any documents confirming his statements about this meeting. He made such a statement, as he had seen reports about it in the media. He stressed that he was not responsible for such publications.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency