This should be done to promote the prosperity and well-being of all States, the diplomat said.
Guskov recalled that on June 22, Day of remembrance and grief for all the dead, tortured by fascists, fallen in the rear from hunger and deprivation, the greatest tragedy in the history of mankind
The main factor was state selfishness, cowardice, the indulgence of the attacker gaining strength and the unwillingness of political elites to find a compromise, he said.
It was precisely with the attack against the Soviet Union that the bloodiest stage of the Second World War began, the Russian ambassador stressed.
The Soviet Union faced the strongest, most numerous and trained army in the world, which already had the industrial, economic and military power of almost all of Europe, he said.
That deadly invasion involved not only the Wehrmacht (Hitler’s army), but also German satellites in Hungary, Italy, Romania, Finland, Slovakia and Croatia, the Russian diplomat explained.