Victory Museum to Hold Charity Performance for Children of Russia’s Special Operation Participants

Children of the participants of the Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine will have an opportunity to visit the “Victory Christmas Tree” for free. From December 24, 2022, to January 8, 2023, children whose parents participate in a special military operation will be able to participate in the New Year’s quest, which has been considered the best New Year’s performance in Moscow for many years. 

Picture: Victory Museum

“We have decided that charity performances for the children of the participants of the SVO [special military operation] will be held daily. Children from 6 to 12 years old, whose parents are now protecting the interests of our Motherland, will be able to visit our quest. These are servicemen of the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Russian Guard, etc.,” said Alexander Shkolnik, director of the Victory Museum, Deputy Secretary of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation.

As specified, the children will have an exciting 1.5-hour team trip through the dioramas of the museum. They will have to “overcome the dark forces” that have raised their heads again, and show ingenuity, courage, resourcefulness and protect the New Year from them. At the end of the program, participants will receive New Year’s themed gifts.

Ru-Main, 21.11.2022
Source: Victory Museum

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