The UN General Assembly approved the resolution of the Russian Federation on combating the glorification of Nazism

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The Russian draft resolution on combating the glorification of Nazism was adopted by the Third Committee of the General Assembly of the United Nations (UN). 106 countries supported the document, 15 abstained. 51 states spoke against.

This resolution is adopted by the UN General Assembly annually. About it November 4 writes RIA News. After it has been approved by the committee, a vote on it in the General Assembly should take place. It will pass later.

The document recommends that states take appropriate concrete measures to prevent the revision of the history and results of the Second World War and the denial of crimes against humanity and war crimes. Steps must be taken, including in the legislative field and in the field of education.

The authors of the resolution strongly condemn the incidents that are connected with the glorification and propaganda of Nazism. We are talking, in particular, about the application of pro-Nazi graffiti and drawings, including on monuments to victims of World War II.

The document calls on countries to eliminate all forms of racial discrimination. In particular, if circumstances require it, at the legislative level. The sponsors of the resolution also strongly condemn the use of educational materials that promote racism, discrimination, hatred and violence based on ethnicity, nationality, religion or belief.

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