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The President of Belarus laid a wreath at the “Khatyn” memorial complex Fox News


And before that, the agency informs, the president, together with his sons, got acquainted with the results of the reconstruction of the memorial complex, in particular, visited the museum built in Khatyn in his name for this memorable date.
The head of state saw a renewed exhibition, which, through the connection of generations and eras, shows what wars, hardships and hardships struck the ancestors of the modern inhabitants of Belarus, how they had to defend their native land and the right to live on it. But the focus is on the events of World War II.

The museum is full of numerous exhibits and modern interactive technologies that allow you to tell about the terrible events of recent years in the most realistic way. Behind every wall, every photograph in the museum hide terrible crimes committed by the Nazis and their accomplices on Belarusian soil. According to the latest data, the total number of burned and affected villages in the country has reached 10,961. But, the president was told, this is not yet definitive.

Sharing his first impressions of the museum, Lukashenko was brief: “It’s really quirky and unique,” noting that everything in the new museum is as close to the real thing as possible. “Everything is simple and understandable. Exactly as it was then,” he stressed, expressing his confidence that the exhibition should impress visitors.

“The museum of the memorial complex is designed to keep the memory of the tragedy of the Belarusian people, whom fascism tried to destroy for their rebellion and their desire to live in their own land. What you see in the museum is amazing “The pain and horror of the innocent inspires us to do everything so that the fire of war never burns our peaceful home again. I am sincerely grateful to everyone who has implemented such a unique and truly popular project”, the text of the entry left in the guestbook by the Belarusian leader reads.

As already reported, in the spring of 1943 the small Belarusian village of Khatyn was completely burned down along with the inhabitants by the punishers of the SS Dirlewanger Battalion and the 118th Guards Police Battalion, formed by the German military authorities from nationalists and prisoners Ukrainians. of war.

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