President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko considers it important to resist attempts to falsify the outcome of the great Patriotic war and the revival of the ideas of Nazism. This statement of the Belarusian leader made a speech Sunday, opening in the Svetlogorsk district, Gomel region the memorial complex "Ola".

"Belarus will never allow the revival of the ideas of Nazism in their own land. Belarus will never allow to rewrite history and to betray the memory of winners who saved the world from the butchers", – said Lukashenko, quoted by the press service of the President.

The Belarusian leader emphasized the importance of preserving the memory of the victims of the great Patriotic war.

"Now, when the heroism of our people is being questioned, we do everything to those who still believes that Hitler was "carried the Slavs civilization" has learned the truth. In the eyes of the enemy Belarusians, Ukrainians and Russians were not people. The Germans came to our land, to the order of the Fuhrer to find "human material" who will cultivate the fields and to feed the great German nation", – said the President.

Addressing the ceremony participants, the President recalled that "here, in the village of Ola, which became the last refuge for the inhabitants of the surrounding villages, were burnt almost 2 million people, more than half of whom are children". "This is a 12 Khatyn", – said Lukashenko.

In January 1944 the Nazis set fire to the houses of the inhabitants of the village Ola, and tried to escape, people were shot. In result of the punitive operation was shot and burned 1758 civilians, including 950 children.