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MOSCOW, November 4. /TASS/. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has delivered an address to Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Kirill, participants and guests of the 13th clerical and public exhibition dedicated to the history of Orthodox Rus which opened in the Russian capital on National Unity Day celebrated in the country on November 4.
“For the time in its existence, this clerical and public event turned in a remarkable event in the life of the country. The holding of this event promotes inter-ethnic and inter-confessional dialogue. This is important that participants in the exhibition are united by a frank striving to preserve and add to spiritual and moral values which lay foundations to development of our country. I am convinced that such a large-scale exhibition will evoke high interest and will contribute to stronger cooperation between state authorities, church and society,” the prime minister said.
The current exposition is specific as historical stories in creation of which scientists, painters, specialists of computer technologies participated will be presented at hundreds of multimedia stands and screens, the premier said.
“Thanks to modern presentation of material, unique archive documents visitors, particularly young people, will be able to open many new pages in homeland history for themselves,” Medvedev added.