Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania leaders call to recognize Holodomor as genocide

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In a joint statement, the Presidents of Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Romania “call on the international community to recognize crimes committed by the Stalinist regime, including the Holodomor of 1932-33 in Ukraine.” They stress it is necessary to prevent Russian attempts to rewrite history.

The Presidents also welcome Ukraine’s progress towards EU and NATO integration and confirm their commitment to supporting the integration of Ukraine with the Alliance.

They also reaffirmed their commitment to helping Moldova and Georgia on their way toward EU integration.

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