Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said on Wednesday archive material related to mass repressions will be made more accessible to the public.
Medvedev’s remarks came after the Russian Federal Archival Agency said on Wednesday it would provide access to digital copies of documents relating to the Katyn massacre, in which thousands of Poles were executed by Soviet secret police in 1939.
“We will continue this work. I believe it to be our duty,” Medvedev told a news conference during his visit to Denmark.
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