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On June 17, the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly held the International Public Forum

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On June 17, 2020, the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly, the Eurasian Academy of Television and Radio and the Association of Researchers of the Russian Society (AIRO-XXI) held online the International Public Forum on Preserving the Memory of the Second World War and the Great Patriotic War as part of the Megaproject “WIN TOGETHER - in the name of peace and creation."


The topic of the forum is “To be worthy of the memory of the fallen”. The forum was attended by representatives of all 15 former republics of the Soviet Union. The International Public Forum was held for the fourth time. For the first time held within the framework of the XV Sevastopol International Film Festival "WIN TOGETHER" ">in May 2019 the forum was continued during the Days of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly in Baku in October 2019, and in February 2020 it was held in Yalta, in the format of an international scientific conference "Yalta-1945: lessons of history". The initiative, born in Sevastopol, united the forum participants in a continuous dialogue and became an effective tool and a real platform for cooperation between representatives of the international community.

The purpose of the forums within the framework of the Megaproject /victorytogether75">"WIN TOGETHER - in the name of peace and creation" - drawing the attention of the general public to the issues of preserving historical memory, countering attempts to rehabilitate Nazism.

The forum "To be worthy of the memory of the fallen" lasted about two hours and was divided into three blocks. In the first block, the participants discussed the issue of how to resist attempts to destroy the common contribution of the Soviet peoples to the victory in the Great Patriotic War, what to do so that time really does not have power over sacred memory. The second block was dedicated to the upcoming Day of Memory and Sorrow, June 22, the day the Great Patriotic War began. The forum participants talked about how this day will be celebrated in different countries and regions. “Is it possible to preserve the real memory of the anti-Hitler coalition by lying, asserting the superiority of one country over other states, is it possible to preserve the unity of people, Europe, the world in this way?” - this question became the leitmotif of the third block of the forum.

The following people got in touch from the headquarters of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly in Moscow:

  • Svetlana Smirnova, First Deputy Secretary General - Head of the General Secretariat of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly, Chairman of the Council of the Assembly of Peoples of Russia, member of the Council under the President of the Russian Federation on Interethnic Relations, Doctor of Political Sciences (Russia);
  • Valery Ruzin, Chairman of the Council for Film and Video Visualization of the Cultural and Historical Space of Eurasia of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, President of the Eurasian Academy of Television and Radio, Candidate of Philosophical Sciences (Russia);
  • Gennady Bordyugov, Head of the International Council of the Association of Researchers of Russian Society (AIRO-XXI) (Russia).

  • The forum was attended by:

    • Ekaterina Altabaeva, member of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, chairman of the Sevastopol branch of the Russian State Historical Society (Russia);
    • Ilgar Velizade. head of the press center of the Sputnik news agency (Azerbaijan);
    • Marianna Grigorovich, journalist, producer, chairman of the organizing committee of the project "Protect the feat of heroes!" (Russia);
    • Hamlet Gushchyan, Rector of the Yerevan Academy of Television, Honorary Professor of the Moscow Institute of Television and Radio Communications "Ostankino", member of the Presidium of the Eurasian Academy of Television and Radio (Armenia);
    • Otar Janelidze , Senior Researcher at the National Museum of Georgia, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor (Georgia);
    • Pavel Dyatlenko, Associate Professor of the Kyrgyz-Russian Slavic University (Kyrgyzstan);
    • Anetta Yerznkyan, Dean of the Yerevan State Institute of Theater and Cinema (Armenia);
    • Alexander Kornilov, editor of the site Baltija.eu, partner of the International Alliance of Russian Communities (Estonia);
    • Stanislav Korolev, Deputy Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly (Russia );
    • Andrey Kuznetsov, Professor, Nizhny Novgorod State University named after M.V. N.I. Lobachevsky (Russia);
    • Alexey Lastovsky, Associate Professor, Polotsk State University (Belarus);
    • Dmitry Lyukshin, Associate Professor, Kazan Federal University (Russia);
    • Alisher Sabirov , Deputy Chairman of the Society of Historians of Uzbekistan, Associate Professor of the Tashkent State Pedagogical University named after. Nizami, Candidate of Historical Sciences (Uzbekistan);
    • Ziyad Samedzade, Academician of the National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan, Doctor of Economics, Professor, Member of the Parliament of Azerbaijan (Azerbaijan);
    • Safarbek Soliyev, director ( Tajikistan);
    • Yuri Tavrovsky, Head of the Expert Council of the Russian-Chinese Committee for Friendship, Peace and Development (Russia);
    • Gulnabat Tekayeva, Head of the Moscow Society of Turkmen Culture (Turkmenistan);
    • Yurius Trakselis, President of the Military Heritage Institute NGO (Lithuania);
    • Amanzhol Urazbaev, veteran of the national security agencies, retired colonel, candidate of legal sciences, head of the NGO Counter-Terrorism Committee (Kazakhstan) ;
    • Irina Tsvik, Associate Professor, State Pedagogical University. Iona Creanga, Doctor of Pedagogy (Moldova);
    • Petr Cheremushkin, Associate Professor, Moscow State Linguistic University (Russia);
    • Ekaterina Shcherbakova, Associate Professor, Deputy Head of the Department of Social Sciences and Humanities, Moscow School Economics, Moscow State University M.V. Lomonosov (Russia);
    • Natalya Yukhnevich, documentary filmmaker (Lithuania).

    memory of peoples, supports the movement against the erosion of the value and semantic aspects of history, falsification of the results of the Second World War. In 2020, the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly will hold more than ten International public forums for preserving the memory of the Great Patriotic and World War II, including online.

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