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I congratulate you all from the bottom of my heart on this great and sacred occasion, Victory Day, when we celebrate this victory that, 65 years ago, brought to a triumphant and just end the bloodiest war in the twentieth century. Today we are gathered together once more to pay tribute to those who defeated the Nazis on their home soil, brought freedom to the peoples of Europe and gave the world decades of peace. We will never forget this unprecedented feat, and we will never forget the harsh lessons that this war taught all of humankind.
This great victory teaches us to cherish peace. The war showed us the terrifying abyss to which ambitions of world domination lead, and the great dangers that lie in attempting to use force to put pressure on free peoples and sovereign states. We today have a duty not to let these events repeat, not to allow such global conflicts to happen again. We have a duty to do our utmost to make the only possible choice in relations between the world’s countries that of acting in a spirit of goodwill, cooperation and good-neighbourliness.
If there are no countries in conflict with each other there will be no causes for war upon our planet.
We bow our heads before the heroism of the soldiers who won us our freedom back in 1945, and before those who spared no effort as they toiled in the rear, helping to bring that joyful victorious spring closer. This victory was the true work of our peoples and was achieved at the cost of immeasurable sacrifice. The joy and celebration of this holiday will therefore always be mingled with grief and sadness for those who did not live to see these shining moments. Millions of brave and resolute people lost their lives on the battlefields, in the enemy’s rear lines, and on their native soil.
Dear friends, 65 years have passed now, but the Eternal Flame continues to burn in Russian cities as a symbol of our lives and our memory of this historic past. With each passing year the number of such monuments is growing, not decreasing, and this is especially good to see.
The memory of these wartime feats still burns bright in many countries. Over these last months I have visited a number of countries, whose leaders are here with us today, and I have seen how much care and attention they give the soldiers’ graves there, and how they collect and look after wartime memories. I think this is exceptionally important for the future, and I think too that it is one of the main results of the war. The result of the war was the vaccination against Nazism that we all received at Nuremberg, and also the establishment of international organisations to guarantee our world’s peace and security.
The fact that Russian troops were joined today in the victory parade by troops from the CIS countries and our allies in the anti-Nazi coalition is clear evidence of our solidarity and understanding that universal human values are more important than ever for our world’s development today. It was through suffering and hardship that we learned the importance of these values, and we clearly need to do everything possible to preserve them. The victory of 1945 is our common victory, the victory of good over evil, of justice over lawlessness.
Dear veterans, your lives are an example and moral support for all generations to follow. You have given the best of what a human being can possibly do on this Earth – giving us peace, life, a free country, a free Motherland. Thank you very much for this. We love you.
Allow me to propose a toast:
To peace on our Earth! To our veterans’ good health! To this Great Victory!
The Presidential Press and Information Office Internet Department
5th Intl Russian Song Festival 7-12-02-2010, Moscow
Ladies and Gentlemen, We have the great honour and pleasure to welcome an extraordinary man : Mr. Dmitry Zimin - Founder of the Dynasty Foundation and the "Moscow Time Foundation" - whom we recently met .Please visit their website and read the extraordinary account of this special man, who, rich and powerful, remains a great and caring human being - a fascinating story that must be read and honored !
In 2009 Russia marks 200 years since the birth of Russian classic Nikolai Gogol. Russian publishers, theater figures and filmmakers are getting ready for the jubilee.
Gogol Museum Moscow -By Kerry Kubilius, About.com
Gogol Museum Commemorates Contentious Author:
Nikolai Gogol, a Ukrainian-born writer who wrote in Russian, is claimed by both Ukraine and Russia as a their own. Whatever country Gogol would have ultimately associated himself with, we do know that he spent time in Moscow, most notably his last months, during which he destroyed one of his manuscripts. The rooms in which Gogol passed his final hours have been turned into a museum.
Refurbishment of the Gogol Museum:
The Gogol Museum, or the Gogol House (Dom Gogolya), underwent refurbishment in honor of the 200th anniversary of Gogol's birthday on April 1, 2009. Visitors to the museum can see the fireplace in which Gogol threw his manuscript for Dead Souls, a clock which shows the hour Gogol destroyed the manuscript (3 o'clock in the morning), and the parlor in which Gogol entertained his contemporaries.
MOSCOW, March 27 (RIA Novosti) - A museum devoted to Nikolai Gogol opened in Moscow on Friday in the building where the writer spent the last four years of his life.
The museum includes a mock fireplace in the parlor, where the writer burnt the second volume of his satirical novel Dead Souls hours before his death.
The clock on the mantle shows 3 a.m., the time when the novel is believed to have been destroyed. The published first volume of Dead Souls spotlighted the unseemly sides of the 19th-century Russia, while the second volume reputedly showed the good side of life.
In the parlor, frequented by many literary dignitaries during Gogol's lifetime, the writer also read his play The Inspector General, a violent satire of Russian provincial bureaucracy, to actors from the Maly Theater.
The decor was restored by museum creators based on the reminiscences of the writer's contemporaries, as few of Gogol's belongings have survived.
Exhibits in the six-room exposition feature a recently discovered original portrait of Gogol, as well as hand-written copies and printed editions of his writings.
The museum was unveiled ahead of the 200th anniversary, on April 1, of the Ukrainian-born Russian writer's birthday.
Gogol's other well-known works include satirical short stories Nose (1835-1836), which tells of an official whose nose leaves his face and lives its own life, and Overcoat (1842), a story of the life and death of an impoverished clerk extremely dedicated to his job.
January 29, 2010,The Kremlin, Moscow
TAGANROG.President of Russia,Dmitry Medvedev took part in celebrating the 150th anniversary of outstanding Russian writer Anton Chekhov in the writer's hometown of Taganrog.
The President laid flowers at a monument to the writer and talked with local residents. He then visited the Chekhov House Museum in the house the writer was born in, and the Taganrog Chekhov Drama Theatre, where he watched a rehearsal of the performance Everything Starts in Childhood, dedicated to Anton Chekhov.
Mr Medvedev later visited the Literary Museum, located in the building of the boys’ classical school, where Chekhov studied, and met with representatives of the Russian and foreign theatrical communities, with whom he discussed the problems facing theatre today.
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