Send a letter to the President of the Russian Federation

The year 2008 marks the 63th anniversary of the disappearance of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved tens of thousands of Jews in Hungary during the Holocaust. On January 17th 1945 he was captured by the Soviets, never to be seen again.

The one person who can solve this mystery and help us all bring Raoul home is the President of the Russian Federation. The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation asks you to write to the President of the Russian Federation to find out the destiny of the Swedish diplomat.

If each of us sends a letter, the President of the Russian Federation will have to react! Join us, help us bring Raoul Wallenberg home!!

You can reach the President of the Russian Federation through his website at:

http://president.Kremlin.ru/eng/articles/send_letter_Eng1a.shtml,

by fax at 7-095-2443188 / 7-095-2302130,
or by mail at 4, Staraya Square, Moscow, 103132 – Russia.

We will appreciate receiving a copy of such letter to add to all the notes of support and enquiry we receive, and the list of signatures of over 20,000 that have already endorsed the efforts of our worldwide campaign.

Here is a short text you can choose to copy-paste to the online form and/or via mail:

Dear President,

It has been sixty years since Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved tens of thousands during World War II was captured by the Soviet army. His fate is still unknown. One thing is certain – he is still in your country.

Mr. President, you have the opportunity to perform a historical humanitarian deed. You can find Wallenberg’s whereabouts and reunite him with his family.

You, Mr. President, can be a hero by freeing a hero.

Help us bring Raoul Wallenberg home.