Concert in Support of Victims in Japanese Earthquake to Take Place in Kremlin

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Photo: The Voice of Russia

After a year of mourning the victims of Japan’s earthquake in March 2011, there will be a concert held in the Moscow Kremlin to show support of victims that have been sadly devastated by the aftermath in May. Some of the very best Japanese and Russian singers will perform at the concert, according to Aslan Atabiev, the Chairman of the Russian-Japanese Business Council.

The Chairman believes that these kinds of events will eventually help to establish a better understanding among Russia and Japan. Atabiev has also confirmed that to commemorate the first anniversary of Fukushima tragedy, the Russian-Japanese Business Council have written a letter to Japan’s Ambassador to Russia courtesy of the Russian people.

Source: The Voice of Russia

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