The Roads to Victory project, which will cover six European capitals, launched in Belgrade

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Rossotrudnichestvo launched an international project The Roads to Victory, dedicated to the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Belgrade from Nazi invaders, in the Serbian capital.

Students of the city’s secondary schools, representatives of the Victory Volunteers movement, Serbs and Russian compatriots took part in a large-scale historical and educational campaign, which included excursions along the roads of military glory of several European cities. Namely, Belgrade, Warsaw, Budapest, Vienna, Berlin, and Prague – the cities that had corresponding military medals awarded for their liberation in 1945. Rossotrudnichestvo launched this project in the European capitals in the run up to the 75th anniversary of the Great Victory in 2020.

The children got acquainted with places of historical glory on Mount Avala in the vicinity of Belgrade. They learned new facts about World War II, liberation of Belgrade from Nazi invaders, heroism of Soviet and Yugoslav soldiers, and the sacrifices they made for victory over Nazism.

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