And here is another step towards the two powers – between the museum and the National Tourist Board of the People’s Republic of China in Moscow signed a cooperation agreement. From now on, there will be an order of magnitude more Chinese tourists in Gorki, near Moscow. In addition, as was said during the signing ceremony, epidemiological restrictions in China are lifted.
“We are very pleased that a cooperation agreement has been signed between the museum and the National Tourist Board of the People’s Republic of China in Moscow, because cultural tourism is a unique tool that works to bring our people closer together, to enrich mutually our cultures and strengthen the friendship of our citizens,” said Russian State Secretary and Deputy Minister of Culture Alla Manilova.
The practical benefits of signing, of course, an important document in “Gorky Leninskie” made themselves felt on the same day. Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People’s Republic of China to the Russian Federation Zhang Hanhui donated 50 audio guides for excursions to museums on the territory of the reserve and 100 sets of radio equipment for excursions to landscape and street programs at the Gorky Leninsky Museum-Reserve.
“We express our deep gratitude to all museum staff for preserving an important part of history. I believe that our joint efforts will contribute to the development of cultural and humanitarian ties between the two countries, especially in the field of tourism” , Zhang said. Hanhui said at the equipment handover ceremony, “the museum will become an important place to strengthen the traditional friendship between Russian and Chinese people.”
The State Historical Museum-Reserve “Gorky Leninskie” was established 50 years ago on the basis of VI Lenin’s house-museum opened in 1949.
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