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3 Jul 2017

Lukashenko: We will never forget those, who liberated the country from the Nazi invaders

Lukashenko: We will never forget those, who liberated the country from the Nazi invaders

MINSK, 3 July (BelTA) – Belarusians will never forget those, who liberated the country from the Nazi invaders. Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko made the statement in his speech during the parade in honor of Belarus’ Independence Day on 3 July, BelTA has learned.

The head of state said: “Today our country celebrates Independence Day. We celebrate the key state holiday today 3 July because our people willed it. The choice testifies to the historic memory of Belarusians and continuity of generations. In our hearts Belarus’ independence is inseparable from the country’s liberation from the Nazi invaders.”

“We will never forget those, who liberated us from the Nazi oppression. The great victory was achieved thanks to heroic deeds of the Red Army soldiers and hard work on the homefront, thanks to the perseverance and unity of all the Soviet people,” stressed Alexander Lukashenko.

The Belarusian nation made a huge contribution to the downfall of the Nazi Germany. The fact has been recognized by the international community. This is why Belarus is a founding country of the United Nations Organization.

Addressing war veterans, Alexander Lukashenko said: “You did not let the invaders bring our country to its knees in the years of the most dreadful war. You brought freedom to the native land. We are proud of you and will endeavor to live up to the standards of the glorious generation of the victors.”

 

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