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Moscow Modern Art Museum has opened an exhibition of art works
by heads and employees of foreign diplomatic missions.
More than 150 works of art were selected from 16 embassies,
including Azerbaijan, Argentina, Brazil, Vietnam, Israel, India,
Jordan, Iran, Yemen, Qatar, Cyprus, China, North Korea, Lebanon,
Uganda, Montenegro and South Ossetia for the exhibition "Colors of
the World", Azernews reports.
The art project was organized by the State Protocol Department
of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Moscow Museum of
Speaking at the opening ceremony, Russian Deputy Foreign
Minister Andrey Rudenko stressed that art is inextricably linked
with each other and plays a key role in achieving mutual
understanding and mutual trust between representatives of different
Dean of the Diplomatic Corps accredited in the Moscow diplomatic
corps, Azerbaijani Ambassador to Russia Polad Bulbuloglu called it
gratifying that diplomats are engaged in creativity in today's
"I think that this exhibition will remain a pleasant memory of
the activities in the Russian capital for every diplomat whose work
was presented here. Because the passion for creativity never
fades," the ambassador said.
Polad Bulbuloglu noted that next year the exposition will be
presented more widely and in different genres, and thanked the
Vice-President of the Russian Academy of Arts Vasili Tsereteli for
his help in organizing the event.
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