OMK's Cultural Contribution Recognized with Diploma from National History Museum

The United Metallurgical Company (AO OMK, Moscow) has been recognized with a diploma from the National History Museum as an effective partner in the area of culture. The diploma was presented to the Company by National History Museum (Moscow) Director Alexey Levykin at the annual gala for partners.

In 2017-2018, OMK acted as a financial partner for two wonderful shows by the National History Museum: “Energy of a Dream: Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of a Great Russian Revolution” and “Alexander II Liberator: 200th Birthday Celebration” that were seen by hundreds of people.

“Thank you for spending this year together with the museum. Thanks to your assistance, the Museum is able to open shows, publish catalogs, stage festivals and performances, purchase new items, restore unique works of art from the permanent collection. By supporting projects, each of which is an event of note in the cultural life of the nation, you continue the Russian charity tradition and contribute to conserving Russia’s national heritage”, noted National History Museum Director Alexey Levykin.

“Vyksa Steel Works and the Blagoveshchensk Valve Plant are over 260 years old while Chusovoy Metallurgical Works is almost 150 years old. The history of these facilities is inextricably linked with that of the nation. That is why it is very logical that our company should sponsor projects having to do with national history and culture. We thank the National History Museum for this collaboration opportunity. We hope that it will continue”, said Government Liaison and Director for Corporate Social Responsibility Andrey Shakhnevich in his acceptance speech.