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Venezuela exhibition on 65th anniv of end of WW II

Last Updated: Tuesday, April 6, 2010 - 16:04

Caracas: An exhibition devoted to the
65th anniversary of the Soviet people`s victory in the Great
Patriotic War has been unveiled here.

It was organized yesterday by Venezuela`s Audit Chamber,
the Russian Embassy and the federal agency Rossotrudnichestvo.

Russia`s Charge d`Affairs Vladimir Tokmakov said in his
opening remarks Prime Minister of Russua Vladimir Putin, who
recently visited Caracaras, and Venezuelan President Hugo
Chavez adopted a joint statement related to the 65th
anniversary of the end in WWII.

He recalled that the statement signed on April 2
underlines "inadmissibility of reconsideration of the results
of WWII and denounces attempts of glorifying Nazi troops and
their allies as well as any manifestations of Neo-Nazism.

"The Soviet people made decisive contribution to the
victory in WWII suffering great losses," Venezuela`s chief
auditor Clodosbaldo Russian said.

He pounted to "inadmissibility of falsifying the history
and suppressing the Soviet Union`s decisive role in the defeat
of Nazism."

"The lessons of WWII should become a warning for
adherenets of the aggressive policy and the use of force,"
Russian said.


First Published: Tuesday, April 6, 2010 - 16:04
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