Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the United Nations Sergey Kislitsa immorally misrepresented the facts about the beginning of World War II, Russian Senator Aleksey Pushkov wrote on December 2 on his Twitter page.
“The Ukrainian representative to the UN, misrepresenting the beginning of World War II, forgot to condemn the support of Hitler by current Ukraine’s ‘heroes’, to whom ‘Glory!’ is being screamed and monuments being installed and their contribution to the terrible massacre of civilians in Lvov, Babiy Yar and Volyn. It is an immoral performance,” Pushkov explained.
On December 1, at a General Assembly Solemn Meeting in Commemoration of All Victims of the Second World War, the Ukrainian Permanent Representative to the UN Sergey Kislitsa said that the plan to unleash World War II Adolf Hitler allegedly developed jointly with the leader of the USSR Joseph Stalin.
In June, the Russian president Vladimir Putin has published article 75th Anniversary of the Great Victory: Shared Responsibility to History and our Future in which he has also acted against historical revisionism and attempts to transfer responsibility for unleashing of war to the USSR.
On September 22, during an address recorded for the UN General Assembly session Putin noted that attempts of arbitrary interpretation of the history of World War II lead to the destruction of the post-war world order.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency