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Izložba RMU Soko u galeriji Miluna Mitrovića

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RMU "Soko" je obeležio 6. avgust, Dan rudara. Ovim povodom u legatu Miluna Mitrovića otvorena je izložba - 104 godine eksploatacije uglja u RMU "Soko". Izložbu je organizovaio RMU "Soko",a direktor Ilija Knežević istakao je zasluge prilikom organizacije Miroslava Nikolića, kustosa Muzeja rudarstva Senjskih rudnika, Slobodana Kokerica, inžinjera rudarstva RMU "Soko" i inženjera u penziji, stručnog konsultanta izložbe, Ace Golubovića. Izložbu je svečano otvorio predsednik Opštine Sokobanja, Dimitrije Lukić, a prisutnima su se obratili direktor RMU Soko, Ilija Knežević i inžinjer rudarstva u penziji, Aca Golubović. Izložba će biti otvorena do 15.avgusta. Za radnike RMU "Soko" povodom 6. avgusta organizovani su i sportski turniri u različitim disciplinama, kao i zajednički ručak.

Text: Sokobanja portal

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