On November 4, commemorating the events of 1612, Russia celebrates Unity Day.
Unity Day – the youngest Russian holiday with a long history. November 4, 1612 people led by Kuzma Minin and Dmitry Pozharsky liberated Moscow from Polish invaders.
The idea of patriotism, humanism and charity defines this national holiday.
Unity, regardless of nationality, religion, status and age is the ultimate power of the state. This date is one of the symbols of the rebirth of modern Russia.
Coordinating Council of Russian Compatriots of the USA congratulates everyone on Russia Unity Day!