Azerbaijan and ten OSCE member states are calling for the preservation of navy burial websites and memorials honoring these killed combating the Nazis throughout World Battle II and never permitting for the glorification of Nazism. This joint assertion was made on Thursday by everlasting representatives of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Serbia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan on the OSCE on the event of the 76th anniversary of Victory in World Battle II, Trend reviews citing TASS.
“We urge to fastidiously protect the navy burial websites, the memorials, monuments and grave markers honoring those that had been killed combating towards Nazism and Fascism. There isn’t a excuse for vandalism of such memorial objects,” the assertion stated. “Our sacred responsibility is to protect and firmly rise up for the historic reality about these occasions preserved within the reminiscence of our folks and within the archival paperwork. Falsification of historical past of the Second World Battle, its causes and outcomes, is an insult to the reminiscence of those that fought towards Nazism and its victims which facilitates manipulations and erodes the foundations of recent worldwide relations,” it continued.
The representatives of 11 international locations acknowledged that it was inadmissible to glorify the Nazi motion, neo-Nazism and former members of the Waffen-SS group, together with erecting monuments and memorials, holding public rallies with a purpose to reward the Nazi previous, declaring that those that fought towards the anti-Hitler coalition had been members of nationwide liberation actions or renaming streets with a purpose to glorify them.
“We verify our adherence to the concept of a free, democratic, widespread and indivisible Eurasian and Euro-Atlantic safety neighborhood. We assist a complete dialogue on the idea of equality and mutual respect with a purpose to fortify the system of worldwide safety and belief,” the representatives of 11 OSCE member states concluded.