The Russian-Serbian Humanitarian Center, besides its professional tasks, devotes a lot of time to working with the population of the city of Nish, maintaining very close contacts with public and educational organizations.
The RSHC Employees are dear guests at meetings and public events of the city, always invited and welcome.
And now, an invitation to participate in the celebration of the 180th anniversary of the medical service of Serbia has arrived and to lay flowers at the monuments associated with this event on the territory of the military hospital in the city of Nish.
Here, the staff of the RSHC also laid a wreath at the memorial plaque in honor of the Russian medical personnel who helped the Serbs in the First World War. This is a gesture in the name of friendship of the Russian and Serbian peoples. The sign was hanged in 2015 by employees of the Center in memory of the events of that war. The results of the work of that Russian squad are confirmed by the fact that in February 1915 the Government of Serbia adopted a plan to ensure the health status of Nish and transferred the city and its suburbs under the full medical supervision of Russian doctors. Due to which the epidemic of typhoid that engulfed this region significantly weakened by the end of April, thousands of lives were saved...
It is already the fourth sign, made with the participation of the Russian-Serbian humanitarian center during the years of its work in the brotherly country - and all of the signs are symbols of the friendship between our countries: a monument to Soviet soldiers who died for the freedom of Yugoslavia in World War II war, a memorial sign to Russian sappers who cleared the airport Constantine the Great from NATO bombs, a sign dedicated to the contribution of the Russian hospital in the city of Prokuplje in the period of NATO bombings in 1999 ...
On behalf of all the employees of the Center, Viktor Gulevich and Nadezhda Grozdanovich laid wreaths. The presence of the guard of honor and the military orchestra emphasized the solemnity of this event.