The discussion took place on the sidelines of the “To Remember” exhibition, which opened here on Saturday. The act intends to remember the feat of the Russian and Serbian peoples in their struggle for peace, freedom and the right to exist, as well as the atrocities of the Nazis against the civilian population.
According to the “RG” correspondent, the participants of the event agreed that the historical memory of the Slavic peoples is increasingly becoming the object of targeted actions by the satellites of the United States and NATO, which through Such dubious practices perform their global. ambitions
The scientists cited destructive campaigns in the media, as well as low awareness of the issue among young people, as the main threats.
As the Dean of the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Eastern Sarajevo Draga Mastilovich stated in an interview with RG, this issue is more relevant than ever in today’s geopolitical realities.
According to him, when analyzing the problems and contradictions of Russian history, the West clearly falls into a negative bias and often resorts directly to slander. In this regard, he especially highlighted the positive role of the Russian Historical Society in the formation of students’ ideas of citizenship, patriotism and national unity.
In turn, the Russian ambassador to Bosnia and Herzegovina, Igor Kalabukhov, pointed out that despite the lies and attempts by various European countries to rehabilitate Nazism and relativize crimes, the Serbs do not give up and do not renounce the TRUE. The diplomat recalled that this year we celebrate the 78th anniversary of the Victory over fascism in World War II, our common Victory. We celebrate honorably and openly throughout the Republika Srpska with marches of the “Immortal Regiments” and the laying of wreaths to allies in memory of victims and heroes.
The opening ceremony was attended by a member of the RIO Presidium, the director of the Institute of Russian History Yury Petrov, the acting chairman of the board of directors of the organization Ruslan Gagkuev and Nikita Gusev of the Institute of Slavic Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences. from the forum