OSCE has accepted the resolution against stalinizma and nazismon July, 3rd the Parliamentary assembly of OSCE has accepted the resolution “ obedinenierazdelennoj Europe: protection of human rights and a civil freedom in 21 - omveke in OSCE region “. In it are condemned stalinizm and nazism as the modes which lines became a genocide and crimes against humanity. OSCE has suggested to make on August, 23rd Day of memory of victims stalinizma and nazism. The Russian delegation named the resolution “ violation of history “.
Slovene Robert Batelli and a member of parliament of Lithuania Vilija Aljaknajte - Abramikene became Initiators of the resolution. Acceptance of the document of OSCE has supported EuroParliament intention to celebrate date of signing of the pact of Molotova - Ribbentropa, on August, 23rd, 1939, as Day of memory of victims stalinizma and nazism. This decision is dated for the future 70 - letiju the Second World War beginnings. In the resolution it is underlined, as nazism, and stalinizm were characterised by a genocide, infringement of the rights and freedom of the person, war crimes and crimes against humanity. The purpose of introduction of Day of memory of victims stalinizma and nazism as it is marked in the resolution, - to prevent vozvelichivaniju the nazi and Stalin past and to prevent occurrence of neo-Nazi modes. OSCE document has recommendatory character.
the resolution has received sharply negative estimation from the Russian delegation. According to the head of the Russian delegation on sessions of OSCE of Alexander Kozlovsky, equalising of a nazi mode and a political mode of the USSR which has brought “ the solving contribution to fascism defeat “ is “ violation of history “. The head of the Russian delegation has declared that acceptance of the resolution of OSCE instead of uniting people, splits a society. According to Kozlovsky, problems should be solved differently and “ It is possible to learn to speak not confrontational language “. With criticism of the resolution of OSCE representatives of Greece and France also have acted.