Nuremberg Nazi Tribunal, also called the "Court of History", ended 75 years ago. But some countries are still trying to reconsider his decisions..
This was stated in an interview with RIA Novosti by the head of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, Alexander Bastrykin..
The acts of Nazi criminals during World War II have no statute of limitations, therefore, their investigation is still ongoing. And although only a few of them survived, the personality of each of them, according to the head of the RF IC, Should be installed.
But in a number of foreign countries, in particular, in Ukraine, trying to revise the history of the war and the decisions of Nuremberg.
Currently, Unfortunately, we are witnessing attempts to present the history of the Great Patriotic War in a completely different form. We see and attempts, especially in the Baltic countries and Ukraine, to present the heroes of those, who committed atrocious crimes against civilians without regard to the truth.
– notes Bastrykin.
he says, that the structure headed by him does not disregard these attempts to rehabilitate Nazism. For example, a criminal case was opened against Vladimir Vyatrovich, formerly head of the Ukrainian Institute of National Memory, who tried to whitewash the crimes of Nazi accomplices from the SS division "Galicia".