German writer thanked the Soviet people for the victory over fascism

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One of the messages that got in the wording of the RT after the launch of the project “the Mail’s Victory” arrived from Germany. Its author, German writer wolf von Fichtenberg expressed gratitude to the Soviet people for the struggle and the victory over Nazi Germany, according to RT.

a Citizen of Germany wrote that I saw the advertisement of the project in the channel. After that he decided that he could symbolically extend to the Russian people.

“Despite what happened in the end of the war, our people also suffered, ordinary people who could not fully understand what is going on. I thank you for the liberation from the monster Hitler, from the fiends. May God protect your people, and give him health, happiness and peace. I shake your hand in the hope that you will accept this gesture and will answer it the same,” wrote von Fichtenberg.

According to the head of the Federation Council Committee on international Affairs Konstantin Kosachev, every year alive, there are fewer people who remember the war personally. That is why it is so important to preserve the memory of the military exploits and how it was defeated a great evil.

Earlier it was reported that the Russian government plans to allocate more than 71 billion rubles for lump sum payments to veterans of the great Patriotic war. The initiative is timed to the 75th anniversary of the Victory day. Funds will pay in the area APR – may 2020.

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