Moscow believes the decision of the international management committee not to include Russia in the project to establish a museum at the site of a former Nazi death camp in Sobibor is an outrageous case of historical amnesia, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said Thursday. She added that ambassadors from Israel and some European countries were summoned to the Russian Foreign Ministry to give explanations, TASS reports. “We were less surprised by the official Warsaw position,” Zakharova said. “However, the ease with which… the Netherlands, Slovakia and Israel changed their position on Russia’s participation is bewildering, surprising and hard to understand.” The camp, near the railway station of Sobibor in Poland, operated in 1942-1943. Jews from Poland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union were transported to Sobibor by rail.