The Russian speaker declared that the Holodomor in Ukraine – "it's totally ludicrous"

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The speaker of the Federation Council of the Russian Federation Sergey Mironov calls "totally ludicrous" the fact of recognition by Parliamentary assembly of OSCE of the Holodomor in Ukraine in 1932-1933.

"Nonsense full: the history very much revenges also such mistakes inadmissibly to make and absolutely konjyunkturno", - Mironov on a press - conferences declared.

"It everything becomes contrary to the real facts, the real historical truth", - the speaker of the Federation Council told.

Thus he noted that hunger was not only in Ukraine, but in all territory of the Soviet Russia, having remembered thus starving the Volga region.

"Here exactly to the utmost there is a problem of absence of elementary objective knowledge of the historical truth and when someone wants to reconsider history, or to see only any one fragment of history is a simple slyness, it is wrong", - Mironov declared.

We will remind, the Parliamentary assembly of OSCE on 17-й annual session adopted on July 3 the resolution on the Holodomor of 1932-1933 in Ukraine.

OSCE this act honored memory of millions the Ukrainians who were lost from the Holodomor, "caused by the rough, planned actions and policy of a totalitarian Stalin mode".

Besides, the states of OSCE expressed the support to initiatives of Ukraine at the international and national levels, directed on illumination of all truth about the Holodomor of 1932-1933 in Ukraine, and also extensive public and scientific discussion of this question.

Confirming the obligations "accurately and unconditionally to condemn totalitarianism", the Parliamentary assembly of OSCE addressed to all parliaments of the states - participants of the organization to recognize the Holodomor of 1932-1933 in Ukraine.

320 truce envoys are a part of PAS of OSCE from 56 countries of Europe and North America.

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