On August 28, the annual Crimean Eurasian School of the Partnership started its work in Sevastopol. This year, the School holds a “Week of Memory” in honour of the 75th anniversary of the Victory. The Week began with the laying of flowers at the Memorial Complex “35th coastal battery”.
First Deputy Secretary General - Head of the General Secretariat of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly Svetlana Smirnova gave an interview to Sevastopol media at the Opening Ceremony of the International Historical and Patriotic program “Week of Memory” at Sevastopol State University. She noted the importance and significance of preserving the historical memory of the Second World War and the Great Patriotic war in our days and told about the history of the Crimean Eurasian School of the Partnership.
The participants of the program were welcomed by Ruslan Koveyko, Head of the Representation of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly in Sevastopol (Russia). He noted the impressive international participation of the “Week of Memory”. Representatives of Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, France, the Czech Republic and other countries take part in the work of the Crimean Eurasian School of Partnership this year. Ruslan Koveyko called the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly “a big family”, where everyone is ready to help each other at any time of the day or night.