Every year, on June 22, the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly holds an International Action of Commemoration as a mark of respect for the known and unknown heroes of the Great Patriotic war. The aim of the Action is to show that the memory of one of the most tragic pages of the history of the XX century will forever remain in the hearts of people who lived together in a single country, passed through all the hardships of a terrible war, survived and won. The hearts of posterity keep the eternal memory of those who died at the front, were tortured in captivity, died of wounds, hunger and deprivation - all who gave their lives for the sake of the Great Victory.
In the context of a pandemic in 2020, the event will be held in an online format.
Around 4 a.m. (Moscow time), participants of the Action in their countries, cities and villages, if possible, at memorials or monuments where war heroes are buried, light candles and lay flowers. At exactly 4: 00 a.m. they connect to the online broadcast using the Zoom platform and participate in an online meeting.
The entry link will be published on June 20 on the website and social network pages of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly.
The Action will be broadcast live on the Facebook account of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly. After a minute of silence, a video prepared especially for June 22 will be broadcast. Participants’ photos and videos are to be sent in advance. The materials will also be posted on the official website.
For a video clip
All who wish to participate in the Action, please, send till June 15 photos and videos with commemorative events at memorials, monuments, obelisks in your countries, cities, villages, dedicated to the Day of June 22 to the e-mail of the press center of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly: firstname.lastname@example.org This can be images of flowers being laid, memory candles, video clips of meetings, marches, and speeches.
Photo format: horizontal, 1920 x 1080 pixels (standard);
Video format: horizontal, up to 20 seconds long.
Accompanying information is to indicate the place, country, and participants of the Action (up to 20 words).
Let us leave for present and future generations our memory of those who gave their lives in the name of life!