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  • 4 de julio 2017

    El día 29 de junio de 2017 en su sesión plenaria en Ginebra la Alianza Internacional para el Recuerdo del Holocausto (IHRA) adoptó una declaración que apoya las iniciativas del Gobierno de Polonia para erradicar del discurso público y de publicaciones el uso de las expresiones, inadmisibles desde el punto de vista histórico, tales como “los campos polacos” o “los campos de muerte polacos” referentes a los lugares de aniquilación de los judíos durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial.

    IHRA ha hecho un llamamiento para que se deje de utilizar estas expresiones engañosas refiriéndose a los sitios relacionados con la persecución y el asesinato de los judíos perpetrados por la Alemania Nazi en los territorios polacos ocupados.

     

    We welcome the IHRA’s position as a measure against distorting the truth about the Holocaust and diluting responsibility for this heinous crime, which rests on Nazi Germany. It is the result of Polish diplomatic efforts, in particular those of the Polish delegation at the IHRA composed of representatives of government, museum and research institutions. It is also the result of engaging the international community in dialogue to promote the entire truth about the Holocaust based on reliable and open historical research. The Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, including its missions abroad, has continually acted to root out expressions considered to be defective codes of memory from the Holocaust narrative. 

     

    The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance is a global intergovernmental organisation set up in 1998.  Its goal is to mobilise and coordinate support from political and community leaders for education, sustaining Holocaust memory and studies at the national and international levels. The IHRA has 31 member and 11 observer countries. Poland has been an IHRA member since 1999.

     

    MFA Press Office

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