In the Kazakh city of Karaganda will establish a monument to the rock musician Viktor Tsoi. About it reports "Interfax" with reference to the press service of the Karaganda administration.
It is noted that the city government and the Foundation signed the Memorandum, which concerns the implementation of the programme of improvement of the square on the street Olympic.
"The final part of this project will be the installation of the monument to Victor Tsoi — known singer, musician, actor", — declare in a press-service of Karaganda.
"I have been contacted from Karaganda, reported, and asked me to go to the opening of the monument came. Don't know, are unlikely to go too far," — said in an interview with National news service (NSN), the father of musician Robert Choi on Monday, March 20.
According to him, his son with a city in Kazakhstan did not bind. "He's almost never been in Alma-ATA have been close," added Robert Choi.
Viktor Tsoi is the founder and soloist of Russian group "Kino", the author of such songs as "blood", "the Star called Sun", "Change" and "the Last hero". The musician died in a car accident in 1990 at the age of 28 years.
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