MIL-OSI Russia: A meeting of the literary association was held at the Volsk branch of the MTO Military Academy

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A meeting of the literary association was held at the branch of the Military Academy of Logistics in Volsk. The event was attended by the chairman of LITO Evgenia Visyulkina, senior lecturer of the Russian language department Viktoria Romanova, lecturer of the department Alina Afanasyeva, LITO secretary cadet Lev Lazarev and cadets of the divisions.

The meeting of the literary association began with a lyric poem and a video about poetry. Evgenia Visyulkina congratulated all those present on the beginning of the new literary year, wishing those present new creative successes.

The meeting summed up the work of the literary association of the branch of the Academy for the previous period and outlined the main areas of work for the 2021-2022 academic year.

Young authors were actively involved in the work: Ivan Sinelnikov, Arseny Dikarev, Vyacheslav Khokhlov and Daniil Legkostupov, Ivan Leontiev.

At the meeting, the active work of the graduate course cadet Vlad Tarasov, a poet with great creative talent, was noted. Vlad Tarasov is an active participant in LITO events and printed collections.

At the meeting, the participants celebrated the Days of Military Glory and the memorable dates of September, as well as the anniversaries of the literary authors of Russia with an acquaintance with their work. They also discussed the activities and directions of work of the literary association for the new year, declared the year of Peter the Great. LITO Chairman Evgeniya Visyulkina told about the participation of the association members in printed publications of other literary organizations, for example, in the Almanac of the Volsk Literary Society named after the writer Fyodor Panferov, introduced those present with her new poems.

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