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MOSCOW, May 19, 0:58 /ITAR-TASS/. Neonazi forces in Ukraine are waging a war against civilians, Russian President Vladimir Putin stated in an interview with China's leading media, pointing out that a revision of the results of the Second World War is inadmissible.
"Consequences (of such a revision) would be utterly dangerous; this is evidenced by the present-day tragic events in Ukraine, the rampancy of neonazi forces that unleashed a veritable terror against civilians," President Putin emphasized.
"Of course, we shall continue to resist attempts at falsifying history, at heroizing fascists and their henchmen, and at casting aspersions on the memory and good name of liberation heroes," he said. "We increasingly often encounter attempts to revise and distort history," the RF President underlined.
Putin expressed gratitude to the Chinese friends "for keeping the memory of thousands of our compatriots who gave their lives for the liberation of North-Eastern China from invaders".