Vechernyaya Moskva journalists received awards from the Inform First Hand contest as part of the XXII City Sectoral Press Forum that started in the capital. This is stated on website editions.
Veronika Ushakova, deputy editor of the united news service, received two diplomas for her publications, which were noted by the organizers of the competition. In the nomination “The best author’s work about the life of the city of Moscow among federal and city periodicals” she took third place. The jury members noted her material “Take birth in the subway.” Another diploma, from the Union of Journalists of Russia, Ushakova received for the material “We remain.” This is a publication about foreigners who, after the start of the SVO, continue to do business in the Russian Federation, despite various sanctions.
Pelagia Zamyatina, photojournalist of the Vechernyaya Moskva newspaper, won in the nomination “Best photo work about the life of the city of Moscow among federal and city periodicals”. She took a photo titled “Come back, we’ll be waiting” in pavilion No. 46 at VDNKh, where a temporary mobilization point was set up.
At the contest “We Inform First Hand” awards were also given to district publications, which are published by the editors of “Vechernaya Moskva”. In particular, the newspaper “Moskva. Tsentr”, which tells about life in the Central Administrative District, has been awarded the title of the best district newspaper of the Russian capital for the second year in a row.
Earlier, Life wrote that the X All-Russian Congress of Judges opened in the State Kremlin Palace. The forum brought together delegates from all over the country. Each region will present its own program, as well as proposals for changing legislation and improving the judicial system.