The crimes against humanity, committed and planed by the Nazi Germany, cannot be forgotten, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on June 21 during an interview in a television program“Russia. Kremlin. Putin” on the air of the Russia One TV channel
Nazis planned to use Soviet people as slaves “in the truest sense of the word.” They were intended to replace a considerable part of the population to areas unsuitable for living, thereby dooming these people to extinction, reminded Putin.
“One cannot eradicate such things from our memory, no matter who and how try to do this,” stressed the President.
On June 18, Putin published an article 75th Anniversary of the Great Victory: Shared Responsibility to History and our Future in The National Interest magazine. In this article, he urged world leaders not to repeat the mistakes of the past.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency