The event is a plaque in memory of the photographer of the Agency "Russia today" Andrei Stenin took place during the first call to the secondary school of the village Miners in the Donbass, reports on Tuesday, the journalist Last news .
Miners high school yesterday by order of the head of the city administration, the Snow was named Stenina, who died in the last month of summer last year not far from these places. Opening of the memorial plate on the building of the school was dedicated to the first call, which was held in a school setting.
"Andrei Stenin is a man who sacrificed his life for the world to see the truth about the war in the Donbass ", - said at the ceremony, Minister of information DNR's Elena Nikitina.
Friend and colleague Stenin, a photographer "Russia today" Ilya Pitalev, also came to the event, added that " for us it is very important that the school got the name of Andrew, because now he will be remembered the next generation, it will remain in people's memories ".
After the first call, all those who drove to the scene of the death of Andrew, his companions and other civilians, which is located near the village of Rozsypne in approximately 4 kilometers from the school.
The miners averaged a school - steps is set in a Mining village, which administratively belongs to the city Snow (East of the self-proclaimed DND). Currently it is eleven classes, with an enrollment of about 120 students. In 1st grade 7 pupils went.
Andrei Stenin went missing in the performance of editorial tasks at the beginning of August 2014 in the vicinity of the town of Snizhne in the Donetsk region, where the Ukrainian Military conducted a special operation against militias. According to the SC of the Russian Federation, the journalist died as a result of the shelling of the convoy of the Ukrainian military personnel on August 6 near the village of Rozsypne. Together with him died the Staff information Internet representation icorpus. Ru Sergey Korenchenkob and Andrew Vocalo. Just in those days about Placer killed two dozen militants and civilians.
for courage and heroism in the performance of professional duty, Stenin was awarded the Order of courage of the Russian Federation posthumously.