German investigators said about working with SK for the crimes of the Nazis

In the Central office for the investigation of crimes of national socialism in the German Ludwigsburg interact with the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation in the framework of legal assistance on matters relating to ongoing investigations, said RIA Novosti in the Department.

Earlier, the head of the RF IC Alexander Bastrykin in an interview with RIA Novosti said that the queries for the crimes of Nazism were sent to Germany, Canada and other countries, some of the documents received from them and studied in the investigation of relevant criminal cases. Interaction with foreign colleagues organized in the framework of existing mechanisms of legal aid, said Bastrykin.

"We are conducting mutual operations (SK Federation) for the provision of legal assistance. Usually, legal assistance is given on current Affairs. So it is in this case", - said the representative of the Central office in Ludwigsburg.

The available archival data, on the territory of the RSFSR during the occupation deliberately exterminated more than 2 million people from among the civilian population. Not all the facts were investigated, not all persons identified and brought to justice. Thanks to the excavations of search groups and the declassification of archives became aware of the details of the tragic events in the Novgorod region, the Krasnodar territory, the Rostov region, associated with the mass murder of civilians. Last year, the UK opened a criminal case on the destruction of more than 30 thousand Soviet citizens.

Earlier, the RIA Novosti news Agency filed a request to the Central office for the investigation of the crimes of national socialism in Ludwigsburg, which is engaged in search and analysis of information on Nazi crimes in Germany and around the world. It was about the involvement of the citizens of Germany and Latvia for war crimes on the territory of the Novgorod region in 1941-1943, as well as to war crimes in 1942, against orphans in the city of Yeysk. In the end, with the help of the staff of the Central office in Ludwigsburg was able to obtain additional information and to identify two out of 19 of the executioners, who, according to Russia involved in war crimes on the territory of Novgorod region during the great Patriotic war.