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14 May 2022, 17:29

Belarusian MPs condemn desecration of war memorials in Europe

A monument to liberators in Riga. Photo courtesy of the Embassy of Belarus in Latvia
A monument to liberators in Riga. Photo courtesy of the Embassy of Belarus in Latvia

MINSK, 14 May (BelTA) – The International Affairs Commission of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus has passed a statement on the unacceptability of the desecration of memory of the warriors, who freed Europe from fascism, the press service of the lower chamber of the Belarusian parliament told BelTA.

The International Affairs Commission resolutely condemns the campaign recently launched by a number of European countries to desecrate the memory of the warriors, who freed Europe from fascism, the statement reads.

The MPs believe that the rehabilitation of the ideology of Nazism and actions meant to desecrate the memory of World War Two victims are unacceptable. “We call upon all countries to honor memory of those, who gave their lives to liberate Europe from fascism, and urge to keep military burial sites and memorials in proper order,” the statement reads.

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