An interactive photo exhibition «Revived footage of a military operation» opened in Simferopol
With the support of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Crimea, an interactive photo exhibition «Revived footage of the military operation» was opened. The exhibition in Simferopol was presented by war correspondents of the Rostov branch of Rossiyskaya Gazeta.
The event was opened by Roland Lyanov, Deputy Director of the Southern District Branch of Rossiyskaya Gazeta, noting in his speech that this was not even an exhibition of photographs, but of photo stories. Since 2014, the military officers of the Rostov branch have been in the thick of things, and there they found the beginning of a special military operation. In these photographs, the whole truth is reflected both the war and the hostilities, and the pain and horror associated with this. On the other hand, the sprouts of a peaceful life, and human relationships, and compassion, and love, and hope for a peaceful life are shown.
On behalf of the Minister of Culture of the Republic of Crimea Tatyana Manezhina, the head of the Department of Museum, Library Affairs and Education in the Sphere of Culture, Sergey Patrushev, delivered a welcoming speech to the creators of the unique photo exhibition, emphasizing the value of the material presented, and heartily thanked the war correspondents for their hard work. Our common task is to resist the destructive influence of false propaganda, to direct all efforts to educate the younger generation of spiritual, moral and moral qualities that young people can show in the creative process, and above all, feelings of true patriotism and love for the Motherland.
In his welcoming speech, Vladimir Bobkov, Deputy Chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea, emphasized the importance of the exhibition, indicating that the works presented and the dedication of the Rostov military correspondents of Rossiyskaya Gazeta allowed us to plunge into the thick of things.
Deputy Minister of Internal Policy, Information and Communications of the Republic of Crimea Alexander Dyachenko congratulated everyone on the opening of the exhibition and read out a welcome address from the Ministry.
The chairman of the Crimean Union of Combat Veterans, Vladimir Smirnov, spoke very warmly about the military commissars, as he himself has repeatedly been to hot spots and knows firsthand about their hard work.
Deputy Chairman of the Council of Veterans of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Crimea, veteran of the Great Patriotic War Konstantin Korshunov, highly appreciating the significance of the photo exhibition, wished everyone a peaceful sky and victory.
At the end of the meeting, Director of the Central Library of Crimea Elena Yasinova thanked those present, and expressed special gratitude to military journalists for their selfless work.
A wonderful musical gift was the performance of Igor Sivak’s original songs dedicated to hard military labor and war correspondents.
Guests of the event, while getting acquainted with the materials of the exhibition, were able to try to put on a 20-kilogram combat body armor and a helmet of military correspondents with the inscription «PRESS», which became exhibits of the exhibition, take pictures and feel like real reporters.
The event was attended by representatives of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea, the Ministry of Culture of Crimea, the Ministry of Internal Policy, Information and Communications of the Republic of Crimea, the Council of Veterans of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Crimea, the National Guard, public organizations, cultural figures, students, readers and library guests.
source: press service of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Crimea
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