Russian writer says failure to address evil leads to catastrophe

Ljubljana, 6 March - Russia's aggression against Ukraine is happening because Soviet atrocities have never been addressed and punished, believes Russian writer Sergei Lebedev, who spoke about his 2010 novel Oblivion via video link at the opening of the Fabula literary festival at Cankarjev Dom in Ljubljana on Saturday evening.

The olive branch and pax - the Latin for peace - on the facade of Cankarjev Dom amid the war in Ukraine.
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