As Lantratova noted, today an information campaign is being conducted against Russia, one of the methods of which is the dissemination of false information about the Great Patriotic War.

"If the older generation of these actions to construct a new historical memory, revise the results of the Great Patriotic War seem unacceptable, absurd, having nothing to do with serious historical science, then children and adolescents learn false facts and stuffing very quickly. In addition, in many countries of the former USSR, young people, unfortunately, are already inclined to trust historical "fakes" more," she stressed.

At the same time, the deputy noted that in almost all countries of the former Soviet Union, the real historical memory of the war is still quite strong. This is evidenced, for example, by the annual Victory Parades, the organization of the "Immortal Regiments".

"Victory in the Great Patriotic War is what unites us today, despite our differences... Although it should be noted that the significance of this event in the post-Soviet space under the influence of external forces, especially for growing children and youth, unfortunately, is decreasing every year," Lantratova added.

In this regard, she suggested that Overchuk initiate the creation of an interstate commission to develop a single school textbook for the countries of the former USSR on the history of the Great Patriotic War under the code name "Victory in the Great Patriotic War: One for All", as well as to include it in the school curricula of the CIS member States.

"Such a project will counteract attempts to revise the results of World War II ... I am ready to take an active and comprehensive part in the implementation of this project," the politician concluded.

Earlier, the scientific director of the Russian Military Historical Society, Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of MGIMO Mikhail Myagkov said that he considers it important to educate the modern young generation in a patriotic spirit, to cultivate in young people and girls the desire to defend their homeland and family.