In Kharkov opened the monuments of Nobel laureates

В Харькове открыли памятники Нобелевским лауреатам

Photo: Facebook Boris Lozhkin


В Харькове открыли памятники Нобелевским лауреатам

В Харькове открыли памятники Нобелевским лауреатам

Photo: Facebook Boris Lozhkin


В Харькове открыли памятники Нобелевским лауреатам

В Харькове открыли памятники Нобелевским лауреатам

Photo: Facebook Boris Lozhkin


В Харькове открыли памятники Нобелевским лауреатам

In Kharkov yesterday, April 23, near the University. Karazin opened the monuments of Nobel laureates Ilya Mechnikov, Lev Landau and Simon Smith, reports IT Sector.

In Kharkov near the University. Karazin opened the monuments of Metchnikov, Landau and Smith pic.twitter.com/42kBJeRjjY

— IT Sector Kharkov (@itsector) on April 23, 2016

The ceremony was attended by head of the presidential Administration Borys Lozhkin.

“Today we with Vladimir Fedorovym visited in Kharkov, my native city. I could not present the book “the Fourth Republic” in their alma mater, Kharkiv national pedagogical University named after Skovoroda”, – he wrote on the page in Facebook.

Lozhkin also said that one of the students asked him, is it possible to organize in Ukraine the year of the Hryhoriy Skovoroda, the name given to the University. “Great idea, already thinking of how to implement it. Certainly, Kharkov here will play a major role”, – he wrote.

We will remind, yesterday, on 23 April, in the framework of the Days of honoring the memory of the heroes of Kholodny Yar in Cherkassy inaugurated a 15-metre Stella Freedom Fighters of Ukraine.

“Did you notice, brethren, how medlenno, khitrenko begin to say, “what a difference” no matter what language, what song in the air, no matter what book in the stores for sale of movies on our TV broadcast. We are in Europe, and in Europe – freedom and therefore “whatever” whatever you are or what language you speak. Profanity we want to impose”, – said at the ceremony, Vice Prime Minister Vyacheslav Kirilenko.

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