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Kusturica asserts that Russia’s cultural identity is indestructible


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Belgrade, April 6 – Serbian director and musician Emir Kusturica said at the 90th anniversary of the establishment of the Russian Science and Culture Center (RCSC) “Russian House” in Belgrade that Russian culture cannot be “abolished” because of its scale, depth and achievements. Rossotrudnichestvo representative office.
At the opening of the ceremony on Thursday, along with the leadership of the Russian diplomatic missions in Serbia, North Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, there were the head of Rossotrudnichestvo Evgeny Primakov, the Minister of Health Danica Grujicic, and the Serbian postmaster. Zoran Djordjevic and other officials and representatives of Russian and Serbian public institutions and companies.
Kusturica arrived at the ceremony in a cast and on crutches, recovering from a broken leg. Russian Ambassador Alexander Potsan Kharchenko awarded him the medal “The Great Russian Writer F.M. Dostoevsky 1821 – 2021” from the Russian Ministry of Culture.

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Serbian Post released a special edition of stamps for the 90th anniversary of the Russian House, which were presented to the public.
The musical part of the festive program includes concerts by the famous singer Irina Krotova, a performer of Russian romances, and the outstanding pianist Boris Berezovsky.

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