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    On Jun 4, 2021, at the age of 79, after a long illness, Viktor Antonovich Parkhimovich passed away.

    Viktor Antonovich Parkhimovich was born in 1942. In 1965 he graduated from the Kharkov Aviation Institute, in 1988 he gratuated course of the Institute for Advanced Training of Senior Leaders of State Administration of the Academy of National Economy under the Council of Ministers of the USSR. He degreed his Ph.D. and doctoral dissertations. He was a winner of the USSR Council of Ministers Prize. Member of the Academy of Engineering Sciences. Academician of the International Academy of MATEiZ. Honorary Doctor of Riga Aviation University. 1980 - 1981 Vice-rector of the Riga Red Banner Institute of Civil Aviation Engineers, Riga. He worked in a design bureau, at aviation plants, at a university, at the USSR Ministry of Civil Aviation (in 1981-1987 he was deputy, in 1987-1991 he was head of the Department of educational institutions), in an airline.

    The series of open lessons "Art in War, War in Art" took place in Bratislava

    From 6 to 24 May 2021, the Russian Center ofthe European Foundation of Slavic Literature and Culture held a series of openlessons dedicated to the exhibition "Art in War, War in Art". Theexhibition is currently held at the Aircraft Gallery of the European Foundationof Slavic Literature and Culture and is dedicated to the 80th anniversary ofthe outbreak of World War II. The events were held in small groups, taking intoaccount antiquated measures.

    International literary online marathon "Reading Pushkin's Lines" launched in Slovakia

    The Russian Center of the European Foundation of Slavic Literature and Culture in Bratislava and the Russian House in Bratislava announce an online literary marathon "Reading Pushkin's Lines" on the eve of the International Day of the Russian Language and the birthday of the great Russian poet Alexander Pushkin.

    Festive events in honor of Victory Day were held in Bratislava

    On May 8-9, solemn events dedicated to the 76th anniversary of the victory over fascism took place in Bratislava.

    For the second year, Bratislava celebrates this day amid social restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    A holiday with tears on eyes

    May 7, 2021 for students of the gymnasium named after Ivan Horvat (Bratislava) an open lesson "Holiday with tears on the eyes" took place online. It was dedicated to the 76th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945. More than 30 people took part in the event: students and teachers of the gymnasium, guests from Russia and Austria.

    Demining of Bratislava "Checked, no mines"

    Bratislava was liberated on April 4, 1945. By the end of April all of Slovakia was liberated. However, retreating, the German troops left many mined houses, roads and streets.