December 3, Minsk / Corr. BELTA /. Belarus and Russia take a single position, defending the historical truth about the Great Patriotic War, for the chairman of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of Russia Valentina Matvienko. She spoke via video link during the temporary exhibition “Battle for Moscow. Immortality of Feat” dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Moscow at the Belarusian State Museum of the History of the Great Patriotic War, BelTA has learned.
“I am glad to take part with you in the opening of an exhibition dedicated to the defeat of German troops in the battle near Moscow. Its holding will undoubtedly work to unite the peoples of Belarus and Russia.” War, take a unified position, protected by historical truth.
The Chairperson of the Federation Council stressed. They stood shoulder to shoulder on the borders of Moscow, held out and won. and grandfathers, “she added.
The main goal of the exhibition is to show through the prism of human destinies the tragedy and feat of the defenders of the Motherland, the role of the battle for Moscow in the history of the Great Patriotic War and its significance for the entire front, the relevance of the events near Moscow in 1941-1942 for the present and future generations. The Moscow battle is one of the battles in the history of world wars, both by participants and by the number of military equipment and weapons. This is the prologue of Victory, without which it is impossible to understand either our sacrifices or our achievements.
The exhibition features about 250 items from the collections of photographs, documents, letters, posters, awards, personal belongings, weapons, objects of fine art that are constantly in the State Museum of the History of Defense of Moscow, the Belarusian State Museum of the Great Patriotic War, and the Victory Museum.
The exhibition was organized at the initiative of the Standing Committee of the Union State with the assistance of the Mayor of Moscow and the Ministry of Culture of Belarus. The temporary exhibition will run from December 4 to January 30, 2022. -0-
Photo by Oksana Manchuk