Bring Raoul Wallenberg back home

100,000 Euros offered to repatriate the Soviet prisoner and his driver.

June 10, 2012 15:49
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Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg.

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Last week, on May 28, Pastor Annemarie Werner, head of the Berlin offices of the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation, took the floor at an academic conference held in Moscow called, "Raoul Wallenberg – a Humanitarian of the 20th Century." The conference was organized by the prestigious Institute of World History of the Russian Academy of Sciences, the Hungarian Cultural Center in Moscow, as well as the Swedish and Israeli Embassies in Moscow. 

Among the attendants were international scholars, politicians, diplomats and even the Chief Archivist of the Russian Federal Security Service, Lt-General Vasily Khristoforov.


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