Russian Supreme Court takes Solzhenitsyn’s side

07.12.2018, Moscow.

The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation upheld a decision by the Moscow City Court, which denied an appeal by a group of Russian citizens who demanded that the Moscow City Council’s decision to erect a monument to Solzhenitsyn be overturned, a correspondent of the Rossa Primavera News Agency reported on December 5. Contine reading

“The Book that Tricked the World” withstands first battle

17.11.2018, Vologda.

A lively discussion broke out during the presentation of the The Book that Tricked the World, which exposes the lies of  The Gulag Archipelago, by A.I. Solzhenitsyn. Valery Yesipov, the author of the book, was at the presentation during the meeting of the “Historical Club” in the regional library of the city of Vologda on November 15, a Rossa Primavera News Agency correspondent reports. Contine reading

Professor: Liberal minority prevents restoration of Soviet heritage

01.11.2018, St. Petersburg.

Attempts to restore the soviet heritage meet resistance from liberally-minded officials, said Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor, Chairman of the Veterans Council of St. Petersburg Lecturer Group Anatoly Viktorovich Pakhilyuk on October 29 in an interview to a correspondent of the Rossa Primavera News Agency. Contine reading

OSCE countries glorify Nazis on the anniversary of the Munich Agreement

29.09.2018, Moscow.

Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation in the OSCE Alexander Lukashevich pointed at growing tendencies towards glorification of the Nazis and attempts to rewrite the results of the World War II (WWII) among OSCE countries on September 27, RIA Novosti reports. Contine reading