Venezuela exhibition on 65th anniv of end of WW II
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Last Updated: Tuesday, April 06, 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 06, 2010, 16:04

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