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According to html this is date of event, not date of publishing
Mykhailo Komendant
Because of my weak English skills, I don't know how to properly comment this issue, but I will try.

<p class="date_event_photorep">16.12.2018</p>
This is a date when this photo coverage was created. So yes, it is a date of event. In past. Date of creation content of this article. Like in any other news articles or photo coverages in this case.

You can't take photo coverage of a future event, unless you have a time machine to go there and shoot the material. Because this is a photo coverage about the event (which is already happening / happened), not an announcement of the event.

Therefore, I can say with confidence that the date at the bottom of the article is the date of publication of the article itself, and not the date of the event, and the coincidence of the date of publication with the date of the event speaks only about the efficiency of the journalists of the site

I hope Google Translate correctly explained what I mean =)
Declined by admin
It seems okay to me to use that date since there doesn't seem to be an actual publish date for the article.
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Feb 5, 2019