The Bundestag resolution on the victims of Nazism does not mention the Soviet Union – it is interference in Russian internal affairs.
The resolution adopted by the Bundestag on the memory of the victims of the Second World War without mentioning the Soviet Union is an attempt of a certain ideological revenge, which is involved in large financial flows. (…) The refusal to mention the Soviet Union in the resolution is an attempt to “isolate” the country that defeated the Third Reich and Nazism. (…) This is an attempt of external interference in Russian affairs. Because this resolution is designed for the young people who will replace the outgoing veterans cohort of WWII. Now it will be introduced exactly in this plan and spirit, as depicted in this resolution.