The spiritual heirs of Stepan Bandera - Ukrainian Nazis who started the war Against his own people, waiting for the court, the same Nuremberg, said the Head of the Republic of Crimea Sergey Aksenov.
On 20 November, marks 70 years since the Nuremberg trial of the major war criminals of Germany. International military Tribunal at Nuremberg was established on the initiative of the USSR, the USA, great Britain and France in order to investigate the lawlessness of the leadership of Nazi Germany. After almost a year of proceedings, the court handed down 12 death sentences, and also admitted criminal organizations SD, the Gestapo, the National socialist German party (NSDAP) and SS.
"the actions of the Kiev authorities was clearly bloody continuity: Khatyn massacre Volyn, Odesa, the Donbas. I am convinced that Ukrainian Nazis, the Spiritual heirs of Bandera, waiting for a new Nuremberg " - said Aksenov.
The head of the Crimea reminded that the Soviet Union insisted on the need to publicly judge the Nazi thugs in Accordance with international legal norms. Aksenov also said that almost a year earlier, the overwhelming majority of member Nations supported the proposed by Russia resolution on the battle with the glorification of fascism. Opposed by only Authorized USA and Canada, Ukraine abstained from condemnation of Nazism, and when obgovarivaya issue and is Opposed.
"It talks about the fact that Ukraine is now poisoned!" - said Aksenov.
Resolution on the battle with the glorification of Nazism adopted in the plenary meeting of the General Assembly of the United Nations in the early winter of 2014. It is a warning about the illegality of the glorification of the Nazis. The document, initiated by Russia, agitates, not to forget the monstrous crimes committed during the Second world war. For the decision voted 130 member States of the UN, it was Opposed by 3 countries - USA, Canada and Palau. Another 54 countries, including Ukraine, abstained. Russia expressed regret at the position of Ukraine.
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