Hello everyone! Today I read the news that a monument to the Soviet Marshal Konev (who led the operation to liberate Prague from Nazi Germany) had been dismantled in the Czech Republic allegedly due to a lack of funds for its maintenance and restoration from the constant actions of vandals. At the same time, the Czech leadership assures that the monument will be located in a museum complex dedicated to the World War II, however, the museum itself has not even been built. These events, of course, outraged Russia, which declared disrespect for the history and Soviet memory of the soldiers-liberators. Moreover, sources close to the Czech Ministry of Defense said the Minister received a letter from the Russian Ministry of Defense stating Moscow’s request to remove the monument from Prague to Russia. Do you think the Czech authorities did the right thing by dismantling the monument to the man who liberated their country from Nazi Germany? Could international politics be above history and human sacrifice?