We, representatives of 13 countries (Belarus, Great Britain, Germany, Israel, Latvia, Moldova, Russia, USA, Ukraine, Finland, France, Switzerland, Estonia) who took part in the conference dedicated to the history of the Holocaust in the south of Russia, and the fate of the Jewish intelligentsia during the Second World War, regard as indispensable:
1) To address the parliaments of post-Soviet states which did not yet implement the UN General Assembly Resolution № 60/7 of 1rst November 2005 on the establishment of the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, urging them to establish a National Holocaust Memorial Day and to support in this context the initiative of some public organizations in order to introduce the National Day of Remembrance of the victims of the Holocaust and the war and the liberators of Nazi death camps in Russia.
2) To appeal to the authorities and the society of the post-Soviet states urging them to effectively resist all forms of Holocaust denial and relativization, to include information about the Holocaust in the expositions of central and regional museums, as well as in educational literature;
3) To request regional Russian authorities to preserve all the places of mass executions of Jews in southern Russia during the Second World War, to clarify texts which were already established on plaques, including those in Taganrog and Mineralnye Vody;
4) To approach the Administration of Rostov-on-Don with the proposal to adjust the text of the memorial plaque on the wall of the memorial "Zmievskaya Balka" in accordance with archival documents provided by contemporary historiography on Jewish victims of mass executions;
5) To support the claim of the Russian and international public to the President of the Russian Federation to assign to Alexander Aronovich Pechersky, the leader of the Sobibor uprising Sobibor - posthumously the title of “Hero of Russia” and to bestow awards on Petchersky’s comrades who are still alive, S. Rosenfeld (Israel), A. Vayspapir(Ukraine) and A. Weitzen (Russia).