Moscow, SANA – An international photography exhibition entitled “Syria, that will win” opened in Moscow with the participation of a large crowd of Russian, Syrian and foreign citizens residing in the Russian capital.
The exhibition is organized by the Regional and Social Fund for the Russian Spiritual Heritage Foundation of St. Paul and it includes 6000 photographs taken between March 2011 and March 2017, and parts of them were exhibited in other Russian cities.
For his part, art director of the exhibition said that the exhibition features the lives of Syrian citizens and their religious and ethnic co-existence, leading to their decision to live in peace on this land chosen by God. It also depicts the tragedy that the Syrian people are suffering as a result of terrorism that is externally supported on the financial and media level.
In turn, Chairwoman of the Russian Spiritual Heritage Foundation of St. Paul, Valentina Lantseva said that the exhibited photos reveal the true beauty, the inner will of Syrian people and their determination to continue living.
For his part, Syria’s Ambassador to Russia Riad Haddad expressed his deep thanks to the members of the Regional Social Fund for supporting Syria in its war on terrorism through artistic, cultural and humanitarian works and activities and supporting the Syrian people in their resilience in the face of ignorance and backwardness.
Ambassador Haddad was honored in acknowledgment of his efforts in supporting the activities of the Russian cultural and social organizations and in promoting and strengthening the Russian-Syrian relations.