The last bell sounded for the cadets of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia in Sevastopol
The last bell these days sounds for high school students in educational institutions of our country. In the Sevastopol secondary school No. 60 named after the Hero of the Soviet Union Vladimir Stepanovich Pilipenko, a farewell holiday for school time was also held for students in the ninth and eleventh grades. Among the graduates are 22 cadets of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia, including 13 eleventh-graders.
Honored guests came to congratulate the guys: representatives of the city authorities, the leadership of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for the city of Sevastopol, the Department of Public Security of Sevastopol. The festive lineup was opened by the ceremony of introducing the flags of the Russian Federation, Sevastopol and the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations by the cadets. After that, the anthem of the country and the Hero City was solemnly sounded. The children who especially distinguished themselves in their studies, social and patriotic activities, as well as their teachers and mentors, were presented with letters of thanks.
Solemn events continued in the cultural and information center of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia for the city of Sevastopol. There was the presentation of certificates of cadet education. The head of the Sevastopol Emergency Department, Major General of the Internal Service Alexei Rokhlin, addressed the graduates with a parting speech:
You are entering a new phase of life. But you already have something to be proud of, you have come a long way as a cadet. For you, patriotism, discipline and hard work are not just words, but principles that you have already mastered at such a young age. On my own behalf and on behalf of the staff of the Main Directorate, I want to thank the school administration, all teachers, educators, mentors for their contribution to the development of the cadet movement of the EMERCOM of Russia! For the great work you have done. And I want to wish the Cadets to become good people and worthy citizens of their Fatherland. Ahead of you is a difficult time associated with passing the Unified State Exam. I sincerely want to wish you to adequately pass this test and get an excellent result!
Among the graduates of the 11th grade of the Sevastopol school number 60, there are those who have already expressed a desire to connect their future with service in the emergency department. At least two guys are planning to enter higher educational institutions of the EMERCOM of Russia.
source: press service of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia in Sevastopol
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