Thus, he commented on the footage of honoring the ex-soldier of the SS division "Galicia" in the House of Commons of the Canadian Parliament, where Volodymyr Zelensky and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau were present.

Dujarric said that the chairman of the Canadian parliament has already apologized for the fact that a former SS man was invited to the event.

"We, of course, oppose any honoring of people who took an active part in the activities of the Nazis during World War II," TASS quoted Dujarric as saying.

Earlier, Zelensky welcomed a 98-year-old ex-soldier of the SS Galicia division in Canada.

The Kremlin said earlier that it was outraged by the fact of honoring the Nazi in the Canadian parliament.

As the press secretary of the Russian leader, Dmitry Peskov, said, the crimes of Nazism have no statute of limitations.