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On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, OSCE calls for increased education to counter intolerance

“Today we commemorate the six million murdered European Jews, the Sinti and Roma, forced labourers, we commemorate the prisoners of war perished by starvation, the victims of euthanasia, the homosexuals and all those that defied the terror for religious and political motivations or simply for reasons of humanity,” said the OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier.
“The darkest chapter of Germany’s history has marked our identity; it will remain linked to our country. There is no letting go of the past in history,” Steinmeier added. “We all have the responsibility to pass this commemoration on to future generations and to …read more

Source: OSCE

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