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Red Army role in fighting Fascism discussed in Buenos Aires

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Red Army role in fighting Fascism discussed in Buenos Aires


Conference dedicated to the Red Army role in fighting Fascism took place in  Buenos Aires University. Russian Center organised the event with support of Rossotrudnichetvo mission in Argentine. Russian and Argentinian researchers, historians, politologists, students took part in the event.

Deputy Director of Rossotrudnichestvo mission in Argentine Aleksey Lebedev greeted participants. He has underlined that historical memory and communicating unbiased information about Russia and Russian Center to Argentine society. Aleksey Lebedev has also noted that it is very important to conduct such meetings in current circumstances of geopolitical situation and history falsifications. 
Russian historian, graduate of St. Petersburg State University Aleksandr Dementiev was a keynote speaker. He raised the most critical points in chronology of events and role of the Read Army and Soviet people in the victory over Fascism. 

Translation of the Militarian Parade in Moscow will take place in the House of Russia on May, 9th on Victory Day. Poems and songs of the war years will sound on this day, field kitchen to be organised. 

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