In Sevastopol in the Museum of the Black Sea Fleet — an exhibition dedicated to the Heroes of the Special Military Operation
The Museum of the Black Sea Fleet has opened an exhibition dedicated to the Heroes of the Special Military Operation, who did not return alive from the battlefield and were buried in Sevastopol.
These are the guys from Sevastopol: regular military personnel, specialists from the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the auxiliary fleet, civilian personnel, militias— said the head of the branch of the Central Naval Museum named after Emperor Peter the Great — Museum of the Black Sea Fleet Vladimir Klyuev. — Like 80 years ago, they fought to liberate Europe and our fraternal Ukrainian people from the brown plague of Nazism. The idea of the exhibition was supported by the command of the Black Sea Fleet, the military commissariat of Sevastopol, and public figures of our city.
The exhibition tells about our Sevastopol fellow countrymen. Looking at the portraits, Sevastopol residents, veterans of the fleet will certainly find, if not familiar names, then the names of ships and units of the Black Sea Fleet — for sure. We served together, worked with the Heroes of the Special Military Operation, with their fathers, we know their commanders, — says the chairman of the Sevastopol regional branch of the Union of Journalists of Russia, the executive director of the Institute of the CIS countries in Sevastopol, Sergei Gorbachev. — The information presented here helps to understand why the Heroes of the NVO are fighting hard against the Ukrainian nationalists, and why we will certainly win. The exhibition itself is a tribute to the heroes who gave their lives to protect Russia and ensure its security.
The hall of the Museum of the Black Sea Fleet presents information about more than fifty Sevastopol Heroes of the Special Military Operation, their portraits, awards, and personal items. Assistance in the formation of the exposition was provided by relatives of the Sevastopol Heroes.
The exhibition is open to visitors until March 24 during the opening hours of the Black Sea Fleet Museum on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, a free ticket can be obtained by contacting the museum’s box office.
Author: Peter Shishkin
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