The day of the 74th anniversary of the liberation of Tiraspol from the German-Romanian invaders, the famous Russian pop singer and pianist Olga Varvus gave her first solo concert in her native city. Among the audience and admirers of her talent is the Deputy Chairman of the Supreme Council Galina Antyufeeva. She granted the right to give Olga Varvus the honorary title - "Honored Artist of the PMR". The corresponding decree for strengthening Russian-Pridnestrovian cultural ties and high professionalism was signed in March this year by the President PMR Vadim Krasnoselsky.
The President and Chairman of the Supreme Council Alexander Shcherba presented two luxurious bouquets of flowers to the singer.
In response, the laureate of numerous international competitions Olga Varvus admitted that Tiraspol for her is a great honor to receive this award. These days the soloist of the Central Frontier Ensemble of the Federal Security Service of Russia, laureate of International Jazz Festivals