Russian Ambassador to Poland: memory of Auschwitz-a necessary vaccine against military adventures
Sergei Andreev spoke at Auschwitz.
Today, January 27, the Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Poland Sergey Andreev spoke on behalf of the whole country at the celebrations dedicated to the 74th anniversary of the liberation of the death camp by the red army. In his speech, he noted that the historical memories of the tragedy at the “factory of death” Auschwitz-Birkenau should be passed from one generation to another to “prevent military adventures and historical amnesia.”
“Auschwitz – this is the place where millions of people get so much needed now our world vaccinated against historical amnesia” – leads TASS words of the Russian Ambassador to Poland.
The Russian diplomat noted that currently tension and instability in the international arena is growing. Of particular concern is the fact that in a large number of countries “weakens the vaccine against the infection of Nazism.”