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Topic - Vladimir Bekker
"Of course, we know what still needs to be done. And there isn't enough money for some things despite the factory's riches," he said. "We are taking small steps, but we're not standing still."
"Every age has its tasks," he said. "Back then it was the Gulag, it wasn't about keeping people alive. ... The goal was to produce metal, to win the war, then to rebuild the country after the destruction. It wasn't about people."