The country’s young population which knows nothing about the achievements of the Soviet era, will have a bad fate, the leader of the CPRF Gennady Zyuganov. This opinion he expressed at a press conference on Monday, February 13, reported on the website of the party on Monday, February 13.
“Today, when I meet with students, young people, takes surprise — I know nothing of the great Soviet era, which should be proud of, know nothing about our great victory and the contributions of our military genius,” — said Zyuganov.
The party leader was urged not to give the younger generation finally lose the historical memory. He stressed that “the most brilliant invention of the Russian nation is a strong state, and the pinnacle of our state is the Soviet government.”
According to a study conducted by “Levada center” in November last year, every second Russian (51%) believes that the collapse of the Soviet Union could have been avoided. More than half of citizens (56 percent) ‘m sorry about what happened.
In June last year, President Vladimir Putin warned the nation from the “endless swim in the heroism of the past.”
The agreement on the dissolution of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) and the establishment of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) was signed on 8 December 1991 leaders of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus in Belovezhskaya Pushcha.