Officially: a network of archival institutions has been recreated, strengthened and developed in Crimea
In the Republic of Crimea, which joined the Russian Federation in 2014, a network of archival institutions has been recreated, strengthened and developed, including the executive body of the Republic of Crimea in the field of archiving, 2 state archives and 27 municipal archival institutions. This was announced by Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Crimea Mikhail Nazarov at a solemn meeting dedicated to the Day of Russian Archives.
Keeping a retrospective of our homeland in archival documents, archivists create the basis for a correct understanding of state goals and tasks for the future, allow us to ensure the social protection of citizens, and make it possible not to forget that there are our “roots” and our “cultural code”— quotes the press service of the Deputy Prime Minister.
During the solemn meeting, Mikhail Nazarov wished the Crimean archivists prosperity, confidence in the future and the opportunity to realize all plans regarding the development of archiving for the benefit of the state and its citizens. The Board of Honor was also opened and awards were presented to employees of the archival industry.
Reference: Russian Archives Day was established in 2003 by the decision of the board of the Federal Archival Service of Russia in honor of the day of signing by Emperor Peter I the state act «General Regulations or Charter», which for the first time determined the legal foundations of archiving. From that moment on, archives of government bodies, provincial and city self-government bodies of the Russian State began to be created.
source: Information Policy Department of the Ministry of Information of the Republic of Crimea
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