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Another cleanup took place in Yalta

Another cleanup took place in Yalta

CrimeaPRESS reports:

Last Saturday, as part of the open-ended action “Let’s Make Crimea Clean,” students and cadets of the Military-Industrial Complex Association DOSAAF of Russia, together with their parents and social activists of the DOSAAF Russian Defense Ministry Yalta Republic of Crimea, held another cleanup day. This time, the Young Guards of the Yalta local branch of the UNITED RUSSIA party joined the defense workers in carrying out economic activities.

During the cleanup work, work was carried out to improve the South Bank zonal center for military-patriotic and sports education of the RO DOSAAF of Russia RK in the city of Yalta, on Suvorovskaya street 29. While the senior comrades trimmed bushes and trees, planted plants donated by colleagues, pupils and cadets in the flowerbeds military sports clubs of the Association of Military-Industrial Complex DOSAAF of Russia, cleaned the premises of the training center, and the guys from the “Young Guard” collected garbage and dug up a flowerbed in the adjacent territory. During the cleanup, member of the political council of the local branch of the UNITED RUSSIA party Tatyana Kornienko and members of the council of the DOSAAF of Russia in Yalta Ekaterina Demina and Denis Kovalev donated paraffin for the production of the next batch of trench candles, purchased with funds received during a donor campaign conducted by a defense organization in month of March,” noted the press service of the Yalta DOSAAF organization.

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