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They want to create an open-air military museum on Shumshu

They want to create an open-air military museum on Shumshu
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On the Kuril island of Shumshu, where the last battle of World War II took place, they plan to create an open-air military museum. Perpetuating the memory of this page in history will not require significant funds.

This was stated during a press conference following the WEF results by the plenipotentiary of the President of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District Yuri Trutnev.

“There were bloody battles. The island is still littered with broken equipment, torn to pieces by aircraft. All this is slowly sprouting with grass, plundered by black diggers. It is not right. This page in history must be left in Russia, ”Trutnev said.

The plenipotentiary said that the authorities will be able to find funds for the creation of a museum in Shumshu in the program for the development of the Far East. He also said that the details would be discussed with the Governor of the Sakhalin Region Valery Limarenko.

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