Wallenberg was remembered in Buenos Aires

On August 4th 2005, a remembrance ceremony took place in Buenos Aires to celebrate the 93rd anniversary of the birth of the greatest savior of lives in history. This act was organized by The International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation (IRWF).

Among other personalities, Guillermo Nielsen, National Secretary of Finance; Rafael Eldad, Israeli Ambassador; Alexandru Micula, Rumanian Ambassador; Monsignor Nicola Girasoli, Apostolic Nunciature; Stefan Schlutter, German Embassy; Zolta Bács, Hungarian Embassy; Samuel Ossa Dietrich, Chilean Embassy; Izabela Matusz, Polish Embassy; the President of the political party Unión por Todos, Patricia Bullrich; the leader of the Movement of Unenployed Workers of La Matanza (Movimiento de trabajadores desocupados de La Matanza),Toti Flores; Jorge Kirzenbaum,the President of DAIA; Mario Feferbaum, President of the Foundation Memory of the Holocaust, the educator and survivor of the Holocaust, Jack Fuchs and those saved by Wallenberg in Hungary, Mr. Tomás Kertesz and Mr. Lazlo Ladanyl ere present at the event together with the President of the Foundation, Father Horacio Moreno; the Vice President, Natalio Wengrower; Ricardo Faerman and Rabbi Simón Moguilevsky and members of the Board of Directors of the IRWF,

The Wallenberg Foundation is a non governmental educational organization devoted to spread the real values and deeds undertaken by the Swedish diplomat, just like other thousands of saviors around the world.

Wallenberg disappeared in January 1945 after saving dozens of thousands of Jews and other people pursued by the nazis.

Traducido por: María Pensavalle