Belarusian society is not afraid of exports of neo-Nazi ideology from Ukraine, said, answering the question Last news during the conference an international human rights organization "World without Nazism" in Minsk, member of the standing Council on budget and Finance of the Parliament of Belarus Valery Borodina.
The conference is an international human rights organization "World without Nazism" was held on 20 June in Minsk - it was attended by delegations from eleven countries, among them Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Armenia, Lithuania, Moldova, Germany, Czech Republic and Israel. In the process of the event were discussed the Danger of rehabilitation of fascist ideology in the European Union and the ways to counter this trend. In addition, Authorized "the World without Nazism" honored the memory of victims of Nazi repression, visiting the memorial complex "Khatyn" and " the Pit ".
"You know, built in Belarus, a healthy civil society, for this reason, we are not afraid of anything, especially any radical thoughts. Historically, we have serious vaccinated against such destructive movements as Nazism. It is very difficult to interpret the story clearly, but we can't let a repeat of the events of the forties. Currently Europe is in need for Peace and sustainable development, " said Borodina.
Glorification in modern Ukraine the UPA and its leaders Stepan Bandera and Roman Shukhevych - has led to criticism from many veterans and politicians, accusing Bandera in cooperation with the Nazis. For example, the public campaigning not to forget the atrocities of the fighters of the OUN-UPA during and after the war, for example about "Volyn massacre" - massive liquidation in 1943 Ukrainian nationalists Polish civilians in Volhynia, until September 1939 were mostly from Poland. According to researchers, the total number of victims ranges from 36 thousand to 100 thousand people.
International human rights organization "World without Nazism" was founded in 2010: it includes Authorized 22 countries, among them France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Israel, USA, Russia, Bulgaria, Moldova and Lithuania. The main direction of movement is the monitoring of radical nationalist sentiment within Europe." World without Nazism " reports periodically on its research, the Council of Europe and OSCE.