The youth council of the Federation of Trade Unions of the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR) presented the video “Where does the Motherland Begin?”, in which representatives of 11 countries read aloud the famous Russian poem.
On the occasion of World Poetry Day, which was celebrated on March 21, in Lugansk, LPR, was organized the project as part of which they shot the video “Where does the Motherland Begin?” to the verses of the well-known Soviet poet, Mikhail Matusovsky. He was born in Lugansk, and during the years of World War II, worked as a war correspondent. He is the author of the famous Russian songs “Moscow Nights”, “Cruiser ‘Aurora’, and others.
“The text of this poem itself is close and understandable to everyone. You can live in Lugansk, Moscow, Washington, Rome, in various countries, but love for the Motherland unites all of us,” the Chairman of the LPR Federation of Trade Unions, Oleg Akimov, said.
The project participants were representatives of the Lugansk People’s Republic, the Russian Federation, the United States of America, Brazil, Germany, Finland, Italy, Ireland, Japan, Indonesia, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.