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إقامة حفلة موسيقية في سوريا إحياءً لذكرى ضحايا الطائرة المنكوبة

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ينوي ممثلو فرقة “ألكسندروف” الموسيقية العسكرية الروسية، الذين يقيمون حاليا في سوريا، إقامة حفلة موسيقية إحياءً لذكرى زملائهم الذين قتلوا عند تحطم طائرة “تو-154” فوق البحر الأسود.

وقال العضو في المجلس الاجتماعي لدى وزارة الدفاع الروسية فيكتور بارونيتس في حديث أدلى به يوم 28 ديسمبر/ كانون الأول لوكالة الأنباء الوطنية الروسية إن 16 فنانا عضوا في الفرقة يُقيمون حاليا في سوريا. وإنهم جاهزون لإقامة حفلة موسيقية تبجيلًا لذكرى زملائهم.

وقال بارونيتس إن عملية انتقاء الأعضاء الجدد لفرقة “ألكسندروف” ستبدأ بعد دفن ضحايا الكارثة الجوية، بمن فيهم فنانو الفرقة.

هذا وكان وزير الدفاع الروسي سيرغي شويغو قد أعلن في 28 ديسمبر/كانون الأول أن فرقة “ألكسندروف” الموسيقية العسكرية ستستكمل بفنانين جدد بعد عيد رأس السنة، وأضاف إنه سيتم اختيار أفضل الفنانين لها.

يذكر أن 65 فنانًا من فرقة “ألكسندروف” الموسيقية العسكرية قتلوا صباح يوم 25 ديسمبر/كانون الأول الجاري نتيجة تحطم طائرة “تو – 154” بالقرب من مدينة سوتشي الروسية .انتهى

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