The Lessons of Nuremberg

YEAR 2020
November, 20th
November, 20th
November, 21th
11:00 - 12:30 Opening ceremony of the Forum, First plenary session. 75th anniversary of the Nuremberg Trials, the historical verities and challenges of the modern time

Alexander Ivanovich Bastrykin
Chairman of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation

The role of the investigative bodies of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation in investigating crimes committed against the peace and security of mankind

Sergey Yevgenyevich Naryshkin
Chairman of the Russian Historical Society

Historical significance of the International Military Tribunal in Nuremberg

Marco De Paolis
Military Prosecutor General of the Italian Republic

The experience of the Italian Military Prosecutor's Office in investigating war crimes committed in Italy during World War II

Igor Victorovich Krasnov
Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation

The role of the prosecutor's office in preserving the inviolability of the principles of the Nuremberg Trials and the historical memory of the feat of the Soviet Nation during the Great Patriotic War

Zeman Pavel
Attorney General of the Czech Republic

The Nuremberg Trials as the Foundation of post-military justice

Elena Moiseevna Tsunayeva
Executive Secretary of the Search Movement of Russia

The "No Statute of limitations" project. Decisions and values of the Nuremberg Trials 75 years later

13:30 Presentation of “No Statute of limitations” archival documents collection in 23 volumes

15:00 - 16:30 Second plenary session. Nuremberg: the Court of Nations and world law and order

Sergey Viktorovich Lavrov
Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation

Influence of the Nuremberg Trials on the formation of the modern world order

Sergey Romanovich Rudenko
Son of Roman Rudenko, the Chief Prosecutor from the USSR at the Nuremberg trials

Roman Rudenko. Personal view

Irina Anatolievna Yarovaya
Deputy Chairman of the State Duma, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation

Legal protection of the historical truth about World War II as secure foundation of modern peace and security

Vladimir Rostislavovich Medinsky
Aide to the President of the Russian Federation, Chairman of the all-Russian public-state organization "Russian Military Historical Society"

On the policy of the Nazis towards the civilian population of the USSR

Andrey Nikolaevich Artizov
Head of the Federal Archival Agency

Archival documents connected to the crimes of the Nazis and their accomplices: historical memory and documentary evidence

Vladimir Nikolaevich Pligin
Chairman of the Association of Lawyers of Russia

The role of public organizations and other civil society institutions in preserving historical truth

Moderator of the plenary sessions:

Alexander Grigoryevich Zvyagintsev
Historian, writer, senator of the International Association of Prosecutors

Summary of the first day of the International Scientific and Practical Forum "The Lessons of Nuremberg»