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May 16, 2024 marks the 100th anniversary of the publication of the first issue of the Murzilka magazine.

Dear friends!

Please accept my sincere congratulations on the 100th anniversary of the children’s literary and artistic magazine.

“Murzilka” was released in 1924. Famous illustrators, writers and poets worked on each issue with special love and attention to young readers.

Over these decades, the publication has never stopped its work, always attracting talented people with aesthetic taste and inexhaustible creative energy. And today we have a highly professional team working here. All of you are sincerely devoted to your work, are true masters. Successfully mastering new formats, you open to children the fascinating world of books, names of authors, educate, develop interest to native language, literature, art. You also teach them to learn about the world, to think, to make friends. Together with you in an accessible game form, elementary school students study school subjects, participate in quizzes and competitions, solve crossword puzzles.

“Murzilka” has become the winner of all-Russian competitions more than once, and was awarded the Gratitude of the President of Russia and the Prize of the Government of the Russian Federation. But the main reward is constant popularity among readers.

I wish you new creative achievements and interesting projects.

M. Mishustin

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