Moscow, SANA_ The second part of photographic documentary exhibition entitled “Syria-Donbas” was opened in Moscow on Thursday.
The “Syria Donbas” exhibition was launched by Moscow Government Department of National Policy and Interregional Relations on September 18 within the international project “Terrorism.. a threat to human civilization” in cooperation with Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA), RT, and Russian Writers’ Union.
The second part, includes pictures taken by SANA cameras for devastation, destruction, crimes and barbaric acts committed by terrorist organizations against the Syrian people, in addition to paintings about the crimes of Ukrainian extremists in Donbas.
In a round table discussion, a number of participants and guests discussed human and media dimension of the exhibition.
They stressed its role in conveying the facts to the Russian citizens and uncovering many of the brutal practices that the sponsors of terrorism and the neo-Nazis have worked to obliterate during their fierce media war on Syria and Donbas.
Representatives of the Syrian Embassy in Moscow participated in the discussion as the organizers of the exhibition awarded SANA with an appreciation certificate in recognition of its important role in organizing this event.
In a statement to the SANA reportr in Moscow, Foreign Minister of the People’s Republic of Lugansk Vladislav Deinego noted that the destructive behavior of the United States is not limited to Syria and Donbas region, but also includes other regions of the world, including Ukraine.
He indicated that Washington is seeking to change the governments that do not agree with it and do not obey its dictates, using terrorist organizations such as Daesh and Ukrainian Nazi gangs as tools to implement these plans.
Deinego stressed that the victories achieved by Syria in combating international terrorism and steadfastness of the peoples of Donetsk and Luhansk backed by Russia will have a great impact on the future structure of the international community which rejects the US unipolar .
The first part of exhibition, jointly organized by the Presidential Administrations of Donetsk People’s Republic and Luhansk people’s Republic, included artistic pictures for Russian children and painters, as well as photos presented by SANA that document the destruction and sabotage that affected hospitals, schools and infrastructure at the hands of terrorist organizations.
The pictures also showed the destruction and victims because of the war in Donetsk and Luhansk republics.