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Moldovans in the world
28 May 2018 | 13:39
Students of a high school in Chisinau have won the first places at a drawing contest in Romania
Peace in the World and the protection of cultural heritage was the theme of a painting contest held in Ploiesti, Romania, where pupils from the Republic of Moldova participated. The contest was marked by the marking of Romania's International Humanitarian Law Day, according to Radio Moldova.
The award of prizes and diplomas took place at the Center for Military Culture and History in Chisinau. Arina Stahi, a 12th grade student at the Igor Vieru Academic School of Fine Arts, has already participated in the fourth edition of the Ploiesti contest.

"In this painting, I have made peace through several symbols, such as the Dacian wolf, the Decebalus, the church, the Infinite Column. I also drew the shield that defends culture," said Arina Stahi.

Another winner of the contest was Eduard Leahu, a student of the Igor Vieru Academic School of Fine Arts, who made a commemoration work of the Great Union in 1918.

The deputy director of the "Igor Vieru" Academic School of Fine Arts, Cristina Chelaru, says that the children selected the elements constituting the Romanian national patrimony they exposed in their vision.

"The promotion and revalorisation of both the Romanian national tradition and heritage - this was the purpose of this competition and educational project. Children have had the opportunity to exhibit their artistic vision on this important theme that unites these two banks of the Prut River, which identifies all the common sides of our nation and enables children to promote themselves artistically and in space other than just here," said Cristina Chelaru.

The paintings presented in the competition were published in a catalog, on the cover of which is the work of the pupil Arina Stahi.

The contest was marked by the International Humanitarian Law Day, celebrated on May 14, in Romania. In Chisinau, it came a delegation of the Prahova branch of humanitarian law, who congratulated our students and handed them prizes.
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