The Prime Minister toured the Holocaust History Museum, which tells the chronological story of the Holocaust from the Jewish viewpoint, through individual accounts, artifacts and testimonies
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25 January 2017
The Prime Minister of Croatia H.E. Mr. Andrej Plenković visited Yad Vashem on 24 January. The Prime Minister toured the Holocaust History Museum, participated in a memorial ceremony in the Hall of Remembrance, and visited the Children’s Memorial. He also viewed the Oscar awarded by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to Croatian film producer and Holocaust survivor Branko Lustig for Schindler's List, which is displayed in Yad Vashem's Visual Center – the world's digital film library of Holocaust-related films.
In the Yad Vashem Guest Book, the Prime Minister wrote: "My visit has left me with a very strong impression and compassion for the profound suffering, struggle and survival of the Jewish people in the Holocaust… Here we are determined to maintain the memory of each of the six million innocent victims, for future generations and to strengthen our engagement in promoting values of mutual respect, understanding and tolerance. My dedication to this fight [against] every form of hate, racism and Holocaust denial has been reinforced by today's visit and by the remembrance of over 100 Croatian Righteous Among the Nations. By expressing my sincere sympathy with the family of the victims and the Jewish people. I join the voices of humanity by saying 'Never Again.'"