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Commenting on Nazism’s glorification, the Russian minister said, “We believe that the past’s lessons, the Nuremberg Trials’ experience and the process for creating the United Nations Organisation should be used to prevent tragic mistakes and comply with the UN principles, the OSCE resolutions and the Russia-NATO summits decisions in order to create a zone of peace, security and stability in the Euro-Atlantic region.