MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
Today, on the territory of the Patriot Military-Patriotic Culture and Recreation Park of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, in the pavilion-museum of the International Army Games, the draw for the teams participating in the Army of Culture International competition of creative teams, which is being held for the first time within the framework of the Army, was held.
During the draw for the first stage of the competition, teams of 20 participating countries – Azerbaijan, Angola, Armenia, Belarus, Venezuela, Vietnam, India, Iran, Kazakhstan, China, Laos, Mali, Myanmar, Russia, Serbia, Syria, Uzbekistan, Burkina Faso and Sri Lanka got to know each other and presented the business cards of creative teams.
The participants of the “Army of Culture” competition were greeted by the Director of the Department of Culture of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation Artyom Gorny and the Chief Judge of Army-2021 Major General Alexander Peryazev. They noted that this is the most numerous competition of the International Army Games, which, undoubtedly, will become a platform not only for the exchange of experience, but also for the exchange of cultures and traditions of countries.
Within the framework of the event, the participants of the creative competitions together performed the song “Moscow”, specially written for the competition by the judge from the Republic of Kazakhstan N.А. Nurtazin.
180 contestants learned the order of their performance in a very unusual way: a drum with token numbers was made in the form of a tank.
The Army of Culture international competition of creative teams within the framework of the International Army Games-2021 will be held from August 22 to September 1, 2021.
The winners of creative competitions will be determined in five nominations: “Vocal Skill”, “Choreographic Skill”, “Instrumental Genre”, “Exhibition Activity” and “Audience Award”, where the audience will choose the best of the best.
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