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Latvian president wants access to the USSR archives
19.12.2006 13:27
Latvian president wants access to the USSR archives

At the presentation of the 18th volume of the Historians Commissions notes December 18, Latvian president said she found it impossible to study historical matters without getting acquainted with archives which were shifted to Russia after the USSR collapse. Vaira Vike-Freiberga underlines that unavailability of access to the documents was a result of the secrecy period, which now is over.
      The Historians Commission has prepared the 18th volume of notes and articles, including the holocaust topic. One of the Latvian holocaust researches Andriev Ezergailis analyzes 6 versions of holocaust in Latvia and points at Nazi Germany, the USSR, and survivor Jews from Israel, the US and Latvia as the holocaust culprits.
      Russia hasnt reacted to the statements of Latvian president, and at the moment the official position of the RF remains the same - Russia denies that Latvia was occupied by the USSR.


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