More than 100 large photos documenting activities of the Regional and Social Fund for the Russian Spiritual Heritage Foundation of St. Paul in all Syrian cities were displayed in an exhibition titled “Syria which will Triumph” at Damascus-based Kafr Souseh Cultural Center.
The exhibition which will last till November 26th is organized by Russian Spiritual Heritage Foundation of St. Paul in cooperation with the Culture Ministry.
The exhibited spontaneous photos shed light on the participation of the Foundation’s volunteers in the restoration of a number of archaeological buildings in Syria after liberating them from the hands of terrorists, in addition to their participation in providing humanitarian relief for those who were affected by terrorist acts in a number of cities and areas in Syria.
The exhibition also embraced screenshots showing citizens’ daily life after restoring security to their cities and villages by the Syrian Arab Army.
Assistant Culture Minister Tawfiq al-Imam told SANA in a statement that the exhibition coincides with the victories achieved by the Syrian Arb Army over terrorism and the Ministry’s festivity on occasion of its inception anniversary, indicating that the exhibition embodies the work of the Russian Foundation in a number of Syrian areas and the firm relations between the two countries on all levels.
For her part, chairwoman of the Russian delegation Valentina Valanseva said “The displayed photos aim at conveying an image about the suffering of the Syrian people to the whole world and they document our work with the Syrian citizens after liberating a number of Syrian areas from terrorism and they monitor the daily life of the Syrian people which we witnessed during our voluntary work.”
Valanseva pointed out that the exhibition also reflects a part of the Syrians’ joy after the victories over terrorism which will be fully eradicated from all Syrian areas soon, asserting that all the photos were spontaneously taken and translated the Syrian people’s love for life and showed their suffering from terrorism.
For her part, Director General of the Martyrs’ Sons and Daughters Schools Establishment Shahira Fallouh said that the exhibition documents Syria’s victory over terrorism and the deep-rooted relations of friendship and cooperation binding Syrian and Russian people.