Bastrykin accuses Kiev regime of promoting Nazism and its collaborators
Moscow, May 6 – The Kiev regime at the state level glorifies Nazism and accomplices of the Nazis, and outlines in textbooks the killing exploits of members of the National SS Corps of civilians in the USSR, said Alexander Bastrykin, chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia, in an interview. the News Agency.
Bastrykin added that after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Ukrainian authorities tried to impose on its people the so-called “Bandera ideology” based on Ukrainian nationalism.
“It is ironic that the glorification of nationalists took place in a country occupied by Nazi Germany, in a country that lost millions of its citizens on the fronts of World War II!” – concluded the head of the RF IC.
Russia launched a special military operation in Ukraine on February 24, 2022. Russian President Vladimir Putin described his goal as “protecting people who have been bullied and genocide by the Kiev regime for eight years”. He noted that the special operation was a forced measure, and that Russia “left no opportunity to do otherwise, and security risks were created such that it was impossible to respond by other means.”
According to him, Russia has been trying for 30 years to agree with NATO on the principles of security in Europe, but in response it has faced either deception and cynical lies, or attempts at pressure and blackmail, while the alliance, despite Moscow’s protests, is the same. Steady expansion and approach to the borders of the Russian Federation.
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