The President of the Government of the Republic of North Macedonia, Dimitar Kovacevski, on the occasion of the commemoration of the 80th anniversary of the deportation of the Macedonian Jews to the death camp in Treblinka, said that the terrible evil of March 11, 194, when the deportation of the Macedonian Jews began, must never be repeated. in the Treblinka death camp.
“The extinguished lives of 7,144 Jewish children, women and men from our country, among the tragic loss of over six million Jews who were criminally murdered in Nazi camps around the world, will forever remain an alarm for humanity. We must not allow any form of intolerance, anti-Semitism, fascism. Today, when the world is faced with modern forms of aggression, exclusion, hate speech, fueled by national, ethnic, religious diversity and unjust imposition of some peoples and states over others – we are all called to be loud in the condemnation of these undemocratic practices in 21st century”, Prime Minister Kovacevski said in his post on Facebook, adding that North Macedonia has always been – and today is on the right side of history and with the construction of One Society for All, it continues to be a successful model for maintaining and promoting equality, peace and stability in Europe and the world.