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Victory Songs peacekeeping action to be held in 8 countries

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Victory Songs peacekeeping action to be held in 8 countries


26.04.2018

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Victory Songs will sound in capitals of Austria, Germany, Slovenia, France, Russia, Belorussia, and also in two “informal capitals”: New York and Tel Aviv, RIA Novosti informs.

Famous war songs, such as Katyusha, the Buchenwald Tocsin, are all dedicated to love, friendship, heroic deed and of course peace on earth.

The first action took place in Moscow on May 9th 2015. Its main idea is the consolidation of the Russian compatriots abroad, strengthening friendship between countries. Organizers sy that it's important to maintain connection between generations, being aware of the WW2 heroes' deeds. The action will help to rise the youth as real patriots of our country.


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