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Kodak didn’t support photo exhibition about South Ossetia2009-08-14 17:18
Kodak officially renounced partnership in South Ossetia: the World is Great! photo exhibition, opened today in Moscow.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The event is dated to the 1st anniversary of South Ossetia's independency recognition by Moscow - Echo of Moscow.
The exhibition's organizational committee states that Kodak was asked to assist in making photographs to be placed in Gogolevskiy Boulevard.
The marketing and PR director of Kodak, Sergei Stalnov , wrote a letter in response, in which reminded that the company he represents is an affiliate of Eastman Kodak Company, the American company. "Despite indisputable personal sympathy to the people of South Ossetia, we, unfortunately, cannot help you for known reasons. Nevertheless, taking opportunity, I wish you much success in staging this important event," the letter said.
The USA hasn't recognized South Ossetia and Abkhazia and called on Russia to respect territorial integrity of Georgia.