In Brussels, the staff of the Russian House celebrated the 225th anniversary of the birth of the great Russian poet Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin. To mark this significant date, they laid flowers at the Pushkin monument located in Pushkin Square in the Laeken district. The event highlighted the poet’s enduring significance and influence on world literature.

After the flower-laying ceremony, the staff of the Russian House congratulated the direct descendants of Pushkin, who live in Brussels, on the anniversary. During this meeting, warm words were spoken about the poet’s contribution to culture and his legacy, which continues to live in the hearts of people around the world. This day became not only a tribute to the great poet but also a symbol of cultural unity and generational continuity.