|The exhibition of documents Nikolai Krasnov – Russian Builder of Serbia that was mutual project of the Archives of Yugoslavia and Solzhenitsyn House for the Russian Diaspora from Moscow with participation of the Historical Archives of Belgrade was opened on December 4, 2014 in Moscow. At the opening of the exhibition, besides the host, Acting Director of Solzhenitsyn House for the Russian Diaspora, Natalija F. Gricenko who delivered the speech, H.E. Slavenko Terzić, Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia in the Russian Federation, Miladin Milošević, Acting Director of the Archives of Yugoslavia, Ranka Rađenović, Archival Advisor of the Archives of Yugoslavia and one of the authors of the exhibition as well as Julija Gudovič, expert for cultural public life of Moscow addressed the audience also. |
Besides Aleksandr Konuzin, former Ambassador of the Russian Federation in the Republic of Serbia and Ambassador of the Republic of Montenegro in the Russian Federation, other guests from the cultural and public life of Moscow were also present.
The exhibition was given great publicity especially at the Russian state television network broadcasting culture as well as on channel 1 of the state television "Russia" Interviews of the Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia in the Russian Federation and Acting Director of the Archives of Yugoslavia were broadcasted next two days.
The authors of the exhibition Milan Medaković and Ranka Rađenović from the Archives of Yugoslavia, Đurđija Borovnjak from Historical Archives of Belgrade in cooperation with Julia Gudovic and Tatjana Irinaharhova from Solzhenitsyn House for the Russian Diaspora prepared bilingual Serbian-Russian catalogue printed by Solzhenitsyn House for the Russian Diaspora. The Archives of Yugoslavia prepared trilingual, Serbian-Russian-English multimedia DVD presentation which was expanded version of the printed edition of the exhibition catalogue prepared by the authors.
The exhibition Nikolai Krasnov – Russian Builder of Serbia will be prepared and opened on January 21, 2015 in the Archives of Yugoslavia