Consequences of war in Ukraine presented at exhibition in Chisinau

The Chisinau City History Museum hosts two documentary exhibitions dedicated to the dramatic date of February 24, when it will be two years since the outbreak of the war in Ukraine. The works present virtual tours with VR technology that render images of infrastructure, residential complexes and monuments of cultural heritage destroyed in Ukraine, but also objects of war that became testimonies for history, IPN reports.

Deputy mayor of Chisinau Angela Kutasevich said that for two years the Ukrainian people have been demonstrating to the world their resilience and courage in the fight for freedom and independence in the war that Russia has been waging against the independent country Ukraine. She expressed the public authorities’ support for the Ukrainian people. “The cultural institutions across Moldova, including museums, opened their doors to children and refugees, giving them the opportunity to join the cultural life of the country,” stated the deputy mayor.

In the opening of the exhibition, Ukraine’s Ambassador to Moldova Marko Shevchenko said that this week is marked by the days when two years since the start of Russia’s war against Ukraine are commemorated and through this event the reality faced by Ukraine is presented and the depth of the Ukrainian people’s feeling of patriotism in the fight for freedom is transmitted.

The exhibitions entitled “War Nearby” and “Fracture. Ukraine” can be visited at the Chisinau City History Museum – the Water Tower until March 12.

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