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The director of the unique museum of the Great Patriotic War died in Donetsk during the shelling of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

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On May 30, the Armed Forces of Ukraine massively shelled Donetsk (file photo)
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As a result of a massive shelling by the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) on May 30, a school teacher, director of the Museum of the Great Patriotic War in the village of Dmitrovka, Natalya Chupra, died in Donetsk. In 2014, she created this museum on her own initiative. This was reported in the press service of the People’s Militia of the Republic.

“As a result of the shelling of the central part of the city in school No. 22, two people died and 12 were wounded, two of them were in serious condition. At school number 5 – one dead. In addition, one civilian was killed during the shelling of Dynamichnaya Street in the Budyonnovsky District of Donetsk, and another at the intersection of General Antonov Street and 50th Anniversary of the USSR Street,” Donetsk Mayor Aleksey Kulemzin said on May 30 in his telegram channel.

The press service of the People’s Militia reported that one of the dead was the honored teacher Natalya Chupra, who had worked at the school for 34 years. “She directed the Prometheus school local history museum from 2014 to 2022, which was dedicated to the history of the Great Patriotic War. She did a lot of work on the preservation of the museum’s exhibits, on updating, preparing themed excursions with children on various topics. I tried to instill in children love in their native land, for its history. She was the soul of the company,” said Chupra’s colleague, teacher Elena Sergienko.

“When the conflict with Ukraine started, she always ran to the museum to see if everything was intact. She complained that the soldiers did not let her through, but she told them “I need to go there”. She was a caring person who left her mark, ”said another colleague of the deceased.

A special operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine began on February 24 on the orders of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The head of state said that the purpose of the special operation is to protect civilians in Donbass. The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation stated that the priority of the Russian army is to prevent casualties among the civilian population.

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As a result of a massive shelling by the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) on May 30, a school teacher, director of the Museum of the Great Patriotic War in the village of Dmitrovka, Natalya Chupra, died in Donetsk. In 2014, she created this museum on her own initiative. This was reported in the press service of the People’s Militia of the Republic. “As a result of the shelling of the central part of the city in school No. 22, two people died and 12 were wounded, two of them were in serious condition. At school number 5 – one dead. In addition, one civilian was killed during the shelling of Dynamichnaya Street in the Budyonnovsky District of Donetsk, and another at the intersection of General Antonov Street and 50th Anniversary of the USSR Street,” Donetsk Mayor Aleksey Kulemzin said on May 30 in his telegram channel. The press service of the People’s Militia reported that one of the dead was the honored teacher Natalya Chupra, who had worked at the school for 34 years. “She directed the Prometheus school local history museum from 2014 to 2022, which was dedicated to the history of the Great Patriotic War. She did a lot of work on the preservation of the museum’s exhibits, on updating, preparing themed excursions with children on various topics. I tried to instill in children love in their native land, for its history. She was the soul of the company,” said Chupra’s colleague, teacher Elena Sergienko. “When the conflict with Ukraine started, she always ran to the museum to see if everything was intact. She complained that the soldiers did not let her through, but she told them “I need to go there”. She was a caring person who left her mark, ”said another colleague of the deceased. A special operation to demilitarize and denazify Ukraine began on February 24 on the orders of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The head of state said that the purpose of the special operation is to protect civilians in Donbass. The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation stated that the priority of the Russian army is to prevent casualties among the civilian population.

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