Propaganda Teams Give Concerts in Vladimir Communities Where Live Veterans of World War II

On April 4, songs of the war years were played in the Leninsky and Frunzensky districts

On the eve of Victory Day, Vladimir’s Mayor’s Office again organized concerts in the yards where participants and veterans of the Great Patriotic War, siege survivors and former prisoners of fascist concentration camps live. Artists of municipal cultural institutions and art groups perform wartime songs for them.

On Wednesday, May 4, propaganda teams perform in the Leninsky and Frunzensky districts. According to the press service of the Vladimir city administration, concert programs are watched not only by veterans and blockade survivors, but also by their neighbors. Survivors of war of Vladimir receive creative congratulations in their yards, and also from balconies or from windows of apartments – depending on possibilities of health.

To the veterans, who live in the Oktyabrsky district, the propaganda teams will also come. Concerts in the yards of their homes will be held on May 7 and 8.

The administration added that there are 36 participants and 14 disabled Great Patriotic War veterans, 13 veterans who served during the war, 60 prisoners of Nazi concentration camps and 31 residents of the besieged Leningrad.

Last week, it was reported that in the Vladimir region on Victory Day, more than 6.1 thousand veterans received payments from the regional budget. Thus, the disabled and war veterans (194 people) received six thousand rubles (about $70) each.

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