Mikhail Razvozhaev: “The secret of the unity of Sevastopol residents is simple — love for your city and respect for your neighbors”
Dear residents of Sevastopol! Congratulations on National Unity Day!
Russia has experienced many difficult moments in its history, attempts to kill the national spirit. But our country cannot be broken. Because Russia is about creativity, readiness to help and the unity of everyone living in a huge multinational country.
Representatives of more than 100 nationalities live in Sevastopol. The secret of the unity of Sevastopol residents is simple — love for their city and respect for their neighbors. This has always been the case in Sevastopol!
Hero of the Soviet Union, commander of the machine gun crew of the Chapaev Division of the Primorsky Army of the Crimean Front Nina Andreevna Onilova — Ukrainian, Major General of Aviation, Hero of the Soviet Union Nikolai Alekseevich Ostryakov — Russian, commander of the submarine «M-117» of the submarine brigade of the Black Sea Fleet, Hero of the Soviet Union Astan Nikolaevich Kesaev — Ossetian, commander of the Black Sea Fleet destroyer «Boykiy», participant in the defense of Sevastopol Georgy Fedorovich Godlevsky — Pole, poet Eduard Arkadyevich Asadov (honorary citizen of Sevastopol) — Armenian. Sculptor Amandus Adamson, the creator of the calling card of Sevastopol — the monument to sunken ships — is Estonian. The list goes on and on.
Unity is something that Russia needs more than ever today, during a special military operation. Our guys go to the front line because they can’t do otherwise. Their mothers, wives, sisters are collecting humanitarian aid, weaving camouflage nets, making trench candles to help all our guys who are fighting neo-Nazis.
Our unity is in friendship and spirituality, in respect for history and national traditions, in the memory of the ancestors who lived on our land, in endless love for the Motherland.
We are invincible because we are together!
Governor of Sevastopol Mikhail Razvozhaev