Russian language learning pupils of the First Technical School and Catering and Tourism School Toza Dragovic in Kragujevac participated today in video conferencing with their peers from the twin cities of Smolensk and Bydgoszcz on the occasion of the event marking the 60th anniversary of the victory over fascism.
Russian twin city Smolensk this year implements the Project “I Remember Everything Worth to Remember” dedicated to the memory of all that fought in the WW2 as well as those who were waiting for them to return from the front line. The aim of the Project is to demonstrate that every soldier is a hero and not forgotten, remembered in lines of the poems; further every year those that fought are leaving us and the aim is also to understand the price paid for the liberty and happiness. At the initiative of Smolensk the twin cities Kragujevac and Bydgoszcz joined in the Project.
Pupils of the three cities via Skype communicated in Russian language and presented their respective cities to their peers as well as the most important WW2 events in the history of their cities. Tourism and Catering School Toza Dragovic pupils recited in Serbian and Russian Languages Bloody Fairytale by Desanka Makismovic.