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US, Canada, Ukraine Again Vote Against UN Resolution Condemning 'Glorification of Nazism'

21.11.15

US, Canada, Ukraine Again Vote Against UN Resolution Condemning 'Glorification of Nazism': [russia-insider.com] A total of 126 member-states of the UN voted for the document and four countries - Canada, Palau, the U.S., and Ukraine - voted against it. Another 53 countries, including member-nations of the European Union abstained from voting.

As many as 115 countries voted for a similar resolution last year but three countries - Canada, Ukraine, and the U.S. - voted against it.

The resolution condemns unconditionally any denial of Holocaust and expresses concern over any forms of glorification of the Nazi movement, former members of the Waffen SS organization, including the installation of memorials to them, and the ‘unending attempts to desecrate or destroy the monuments to those who fought with Nazism during World War II.


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