─ Dear members of the editorial board of the MK-Compatriot newspaper, dear compatriots!
Please accept my sincere congratulations on the coming New Year and Christmas!
One of the most important directions of Russian foreign policy is to support compatriots living abroad in exercising their rights, ensuring the protection of their interests and preserving the all-Russian cultural identity. This principle is directly reflected in the corresponding norm, which was first included this year in the Constitution of the Russian Federation.
It is gratifying that the activities of our Foundation are carried out in close cooperation with your publication, which seems to be gaining more and more popularity in Germany. Thus, the implementation, with the support of the Fund, of projects such as the publication of the legal heading “I Have the Right” in the MK-Compatriot newspaper and on the mknews.de website, the section “We Have the Right” on the basis of the all-German Internet portal “Russian Field”, as well , allowed to take an important step in protecting the rights and interests of compatriots living in Germany.
The most important event of this year was the celebration of the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War. The festive events timed to this anniversary were held with dignity by compatriots in their countries of residence, including Germany. In this context, the continuation of active opposition to the falsification of history, attempts to rewrite the results of the war, and to deny the decisive role of the Red Army in the defeat of fascism is of great importance.
With all my heart I wish you all, dear readers, in the coming year health, productive and creative work, interesting projects and vivid impressions, well-being and prosperity!
Executive Director of the Fund for Support and Protection of the Rights of Compatriots Living Abroad, Alexander UDALTSOV.
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