Participants of the Krasnodon forum “They Defended the Motherland” have announced the making of an electronic book about the fallen heroes of Donbass.
“The e-book will name all the fallen heroes of Donbass,” the forum participants said in a resolution.
They called for preserving the historical memory and “consolidating all veteran organizations under the principle of equitable partnership, based on the common goals in resolving their problems, defending their legitimate rights and interests and patriotic upbringings of younger generations.”
The forum was organized by the Republican Executive Committee of the Mir Luganschine social movement.
It was attended by guests from Russia’s Brothers-in-Arms organization of veterans, representatives of LPR social organizations, Luganschina Paratroopers Union activists, members of the regional association of border service veterans and the Young Guard - Young Army military patriotic movement, WWII veterans and Mir Luganschine projects activists.
Activists gathered at the forum venue by the Klyatva (Oath) monument to discuss issues of the patriotic upbringing of youths with Donbas defenders’ feats set as examples. Forum participants visited the Young Guard museum in Krasnodon; LPR militiamen displayed military equipment and intercepted Ukrainian drones in front of the culture center, and special force police units personnel performed in a show of skills. *i*r