The Archives of Yugoslavia, Historical Archives of Belgrade and Center of Russian Diaspora "Александар Солженицьıн" ceremonally opened an exhibition "Николай Краснов-Russian constructor of Serbia" in Moscow on December 4th, 2014.
At opening ceremony, beside host, Manager Deputy of the Centre, Mrs Natalije F. Gricenko, spoked the Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia in Russian Federation, H.E. Mr Slavenko Terzić, Director in-Charge of the Archives of Yugoslavia, Miladin Milošević, the archivist of the Archives of Yugoslavia, Ranka Rađenović and curator of the Centre of Russian Diaspora, Julija Gudovič.
The event attended individuals from cultural and public life of Moscow, so former Ambassador of the Republic of Serbia in Russian Federation, Mr Aleksandar Konuzin and Ambassador of Republic of Montenegro.
The opening ceremony was followed by Russian television "Россия".
The authors (Milan Medaković and Ranka Rađenović, the Archives of Yugoslavia and Đurđija Borovnjak, the Historical Archives of Belgrade), in a cooperation with Julija Gudovič and Tatjana Irinarhova, the Center of Russian Diaspora, prepared bilingual, Serbian-Russian catalogue, printed by "Александар Солженицьıн" Centre, but also the Archives of Yugoslavia multimedia DVD presentation in three languages in cooperation with the authors.
The exhibition "Николай Краснов-Russian constructor of Serbia" will be open on January 21st, 2015 in the Archives of Yugoslavia within the celebration of the Archive Day.