Ask President Putin about Raoul Wallenberg via the BBC website

You can send questions and comments to President Vladimir Putin regarding Raoul Wallenberg’s fate via the BBC website until Thursday July 6th, 2006.

Suggested questions and comments:

  1. Mr. President, where is Raoul Wallenberg? He has been missing for over 60 years and you can reunite him with his family.
  2. Mr. President, as you operate with all your power to find the murderers of four Russians diplomats in Iraq, we call upon you to use the same force and determination to tell the world where is Raoul Wallenberg. The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation has been dedicating its effort to this for months.
  3. More than 22,000 people signed the IRWF’s petition asking you to find the fate of Raoul Wallenberg, yet Russia returns to the usual response, offering only circumstacial evidence to Wallenberg’s fate. Where are the official documents about his fate? Where is Raoul Wallenberg?
  4. Raoul Wallenberg saved tens of thousands. He was a diplomat. Today Nobel Prize laureates, heads of state and civilians joined the IRWF in asking you, and we are joining too – what really happened to Raoul Wallenberg? He deserves to be reunited with his family

The BBC will be putting your questions to President Putin in a special interactive webcast with the Russian website Yandex on Thursday, 6 July, 2006 at 1400BST. The webcast will be broadcast live on this site and on

Send your question for President Putin NOW.