NUREMBERG, November 21 (Itar-Tass) — Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov presented copies of over 40 documents from the Russian archives to the Nuremberg Trials Museum, which opened on Sunday to mark the 65th anniversary of the beginning of the trial of Nazi chiefs.“I would like to use his occasion for donating copies of Nuremberg trials documents and photographs from the archives of the Russian Foreign Ministry and other departments,” Lavrov said. “These documents concern the formation of the Nuremberg Tribunal and the creation of related international legal instruments.”“Some of these documents are unique. They have never been published before. Hopefully, they will become a weighty contribution to the museum and will be interesting and useful for visitors and researchers,” the minister said.The documents include a transcript of a conversation between Soviet leader Joseph Stalin and the British ambassador about the Hess case and different views of the UK, the United States and the Soviet Union on the procedure of trials of Nazi criminals, and a Molotov report to Stalin concerning the U.S. proposal to sign a quadripartite agreement on the prosecution of main military criminals.There is also a letter of a Tass correspondent covering his trip to the Nuremberg trials and sent to Stalin.The Nuremberg Tribunal was a leading political and judicial achievement of the epoch, but some did not learn its lessons, Lavrov said at the museum opening ceremony.