“Pobeda RF”: The peoples of Eurasia discussed the Future

22/10/2020 20:00

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The Zoom platform hosted the International Online Forum “Dialogue between Generations: a Multipolar World for the Future”, dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the establishment of the United Nations and the End of the Second World War.

Representatives of the UN, the Russian Foreign Ministry, heads of educational institutions and research institutes, patriotic and youth organizations, as well as public figures from more than 20 countries attended the event.

During the Online Forum, experts discussed the role of the UN in the development of international relations in modern geopolitical conditions and threats to international security and ways to overcome them.

In addition, they discussed the legacy of the Great Victory and the continuity of generations, as well as the factor of the stability of the world community.

At the end of the Forum, the participants adopted a resolution and agreed to submit their proposals for further consideration and implementation.

The International Online Forum was held as part of the International Megaproject of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly “VICTORIOUS TOGETHER - for Peace and Creation”.

On November 20-21 the Victory Museum on Poklonnaya Gora will host the International Scientific and Practical Forum “Lessons of Nuremberg”. The largest Congress of representatives of professional communities and public organizations is dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the beginning of the Nuremberg Trial of Nazi criminals.

The large-scale forum organized by the Victory Museum will be one of the key events of the year of memory and glory. The meeting will also summarize the results of a number of activities implemented in 2020 as part of the project “No Statute of Limitations”.

The Commission of the Russian Government supported the draft law on the introduction of criminal liability for denying Nazi crimes on the Internet, as well as for spreading false information about the actions of the USSR in the Second World War.