The exhibition «Military operation through the eyes of journalists of the Rostov branch of Rossiyskaya Gazeta» opened in Crimea
Deputy Chairman of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea Vladimir Bobkov took part in the opening of the interactive photo exhibition “Military operation through the eyes of journalists from the Rostov branch of Rossiyskaya Gazeta”. The event was held at the site of the Crimean Republican Universal Scientific Library named after. I. Ya. Franko.
According to the press service of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea, the exposition presents dozens of works by war correspondents, which capture the entire chronology of events taking place in the Donbass since 2014, as well as episodes from the fronts of the Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics, in cities and villages of regions where a special military operation. Each picture has a QR code that you can scan with your phone to find out the history of the creation of each image.
After reviewing the photo exhibition, Vladimir Bobkov shared his impressions, noting that every frame shot in the Donbas was actually shot about Crimea, namely about the fate that, thanks to the position of Russian President Vladimir Putin, the Russian Armed Forces, the Crimeans did not have to endure.
The pictures presented at the exhibition evoke thoughts and feelings, educate, make you take off your rose-colored glasses and delve into the essence of what is happening. After all, today the word war has acquired a completely different meaning. Whatever the name of the operation that is taking place in Ukraine, each of us understands that the word that clearly and accurately describes what is happening is still war. And as in the war of the middle of the 20th century, so now, in addition to those who hold weapons in their hands, there are people who hold a pen in their hands, and in the current conditions also a video camera, a camera.
It is important that all kinds of formats for reporting what military journalism captures are used for one purpose — to educate not only the younger generation, but our entire society, which for many decades was largely deprived of this education.— said the vice-speaker of the Crimean parliament.
Photo: press service of the State Council of the Republic of Crimea.
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