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Around 1,000 Expected at Russian Chapel Commemoration

Ljubljana, 21 July - More than 1,000 people are expected to attend on Sunday a memorial service at the Russian Chapel (NW) for the deceased Russian WWI POWs. The Russian delegation will be led by PM Dmitry Medvedev, the highest Russian official to attend this annual event, which is seen as a sign of Slovenia-Russia friendship.

Ljubljana
Russian Ambassador Doku Zavgayev (right) and Janez Škrabec of Slovenian company Riko at a news conference of the Slovenia-Russia Association at the Russian Embassy on the annual commemorative event for Russian WWI PWOs.
Photo: Tamino Petelišek/STA

Ljubljana
Russian Ambassador Doku Zavgayev (left) and Saša Geržina of the Slovenia-Russia Association at a news conference at the Russian Embassy on the annual commemorative event for Russian WWI PWOs.
Photo: Tamino Petelišek/STA

Ljubljana
The Slovenia-Russia Association gives a news conference at the Russian Embassy on the annual commemorative event for Russian WWI PWOs.
Photo: Tamino Petelišek/STA

Ljubljana
Russian Ambassador Doku Zavgayev (left) and Saša Geržina of the Slovenia-Russia Association at a news conference at the Russian Embassy on the annual commemorative event for Russian WWI PWOs.
Photo: Tamino Petelišek/STA

Ljubljana
The Slovenia-Russia Association gives a news conference at the Russian Embassy on the annual commemorative event for Russian WWI PWOs.
Photo: Tamino Petelišek/STA

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