Speaking in the Bundestag, the student said that from his speech cut out the most important

© Deutscher BundestagВыступление student from Yamal-Nenets Autonomous district in the BundestagSpeaking in the Bundestag, the student said that from his speech cut out the most important© Deutscher Bundestag

Student from New Urengoy Nicholas Desyatnichenko, who spoke in the Bundestag with a story about the fate of German soldiers during the great Patriotic war, said that the network posted only part of his speech, the most important video on YouTube missed.

«When we got there, we were told: read slowly for the interpreters, because they don’t have time to translate. It so happens that I have a much longer turned it. And they cut and posted to YouTube, where the last paragraph, and there the most important is that I sincerely hope that there will be wars. They removed it all, and the fallout from this could bloat,» said the student TV channel «Zvezda».

According to him, the performance lasted 2 minutes 51 seconds, and the recording, posted on YouTube, there’s only a two-minute segment.

Desyatnichenko said in the Bundestag on the German soldier who participated in the battle of Stalingrad. The teenager looked into his background for open source. According to the boy, the soldiers came to the camp for prisoners of war and could not return home — he «died from the harsh conditions of captivity». The student visited the «burial of soldiers of the Wehrmacht» near Kopeisk in the Chelyabinsk region, where «I saw the victims, many of whom wanted to live peacefully and did not want to fight.»

The recording of the teenager caused a heated debate in Russia. According to the press-Secretary of President Dmitry Peskov, «exalted baiting» the student is completely incomprehensible, it is wrong to accuse him of promoting Nazism.

Speaking in the Bundestag, the student said that from his speech cut out the most important

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