Every year on January 27, the entire world pays tribute to the memory of the victims of the Holocaust. We all know very well that the result of all these negative actions during the Second World War was group violence, torture, and the death of millions of innocent people.
On this day, we renew our unwavering commitment to combat anti-Semitism, racism, and other forms of intolerance.
International Holocaust Remembrance Day is an important reminder of the deaths and bullying of millions of Jews, Roma, lesbians, gays, persons with disabilities, and political opponents. This is one of the most critical dates in the calendar when we must remember those who gave their lives and those who survived.
January 27 is the Day of Liberation of Auschwitz. On this day, the international community decided to hold the International Day of Remembrance for the Victims of the Holocaust. Thus, this day identifies the memory of all those who became victims of the death camps. On January 27, we all remember the disastrous lessons of history that should never be repeated.
This date should remind us of the importance of recognizing negative shifts in the climate of our communities, resisting the normalization of hated words and actions against any nation or religion. On this important day, we must remind ourselves of the need to find solidarity with all the people around us, regardless of their nationality and mindset.