Gagarin’s bust installed in the capital of Nicaragua – Rossiyskaya Gazeta


The authorities of Russia and Nicaragua, as part of the celebration of the 60th anniversary of the first manned space flight, installed a bust of Yuri Gagarin in the capital of the Central American country. This is reported by the Russian embassy.

The monument to the first cosmonaut is located in the capital’s Peace Park. The event was attended by Ambassador Alexander Khokholikov, a delegation led by cosmonaut Fyodor Yurchikhin and the Nicaraguan authorities, writes RIA Novosti.

Earlier it was reported that the bust of Yuri Gagarin was installed in the Australian planetarium Brisbane. Irina Brook, head of the Russian consular corps in Queensland, said during the opening ceremony that even when there are disagreements between states in various spheres, “Gagarin’s feat, demonstrating the unity of science and the unparalleled courage of mankind in conquering space, has forever united all countries.”


Source: Российская Газета by rg.ru.

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