Residents of besieged Leningrad spoke via teleconference

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KYRGYZSTAN

Memories online. Residents of besieged Leningrad who were evacuated or moved to other countries, were able to communicate through teleconference. The virtual meeting was organized by the Kyrgyz people in connection with the 75th anniversary of the lifting of the blockade. The correspondent of TV channel “MIR 24” Zhaynagul Raimkulova more.

“It still sustains the world. This friendship between the two countries, we have restless. And so I want peace and I know what war is. Stood against this war,” – said the President of the Kyrgyz society of the blockade of Leningrad Anna Kutanova.

Vladimir Galaktionov lived in the besieged Leningrad. He hurries to the space bridge to the Smolny, and the path comes to St. Isaac’s Cathedral. In the 40s there was a small piece of land that gave hope in times of famine.

“Well, most importantly I remember that we longingly waited for the fall, we dig up potatoes. But did not take place. But everytime when I pass by, remember how we planted. On, past the garden food,” – said the President of the Regional public organization “the Leningrad Union “Children of blockade-900” Vladimir Galaktionov.

Many participants of the Leningrad blockade now live in different cities and countries. To communicate with each other happens rarely. Irina Alekseevna Simnew recalls how he bombed train, who drove to the evacuation. To the saving Kyrgyzstan from two thousand children got only 17.

“Many children are alive, many. And they gave the next generation of Leningraders who are grateful that they raised a family of Kyrgyz”, – said the survived the blockade of Leningrad Irina Sineva.

The new generation knows only about the blockade from the stories and poems, but they were able to feel and Express the pain so that on the other side of the screen, in St. Petersburg, people were bleeding. The initiators of the teleconference were made by Kyrgyz Studio oratorical skill. So the teachers want to raise the Patriotic education of schoolchildren.

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