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All-Russian open lesson “the Rescuers” dedicated to the heroic professions, was held in Moscow, MISIS. The participants included young children who had committed deeds worthy of professional rescuers.

To share with the younger generation of the profession, came the commander of the Department of firefighting and rescue 23 of Moscow, Artem Eliseev.

“I got into the fire Department eighteen year old guy and over the years more and more fall in love with his profession. I wish more guys learned about the profession of firefighter, knew the history of fire protection of Moscow and, maybe, in the future chose the hard work of a firefighter. I believe that such knowledge of the profession through the fate of a particular person reflect well on the younger person”.

In addition to General words about the profession of firefighter, the children were able to learn what you need to do to link their fate with the matter of salvation, and what are the requirements for future firefighters.

Also, the participants of the lesson were children – heroes from Moscow, Dagestan and Kamchatka Krai.

During the lesson the students got acquainted with young heroes. In a videoconference on the relationship with the main area of the event came out the guys who were awarded for their courageous acts with medals and special characters: Andrew and Denis Lubimova, 13 and 12 years, from the Omsk region Vladislav Krasovskii, 15 years old, from Penza, Arina Levkov, 11 years old, from Kostroma, Andrei Budaev, 14 years old, from Irkutsk.

All-Russian open classes – regular online lessons, professional navigation, held with the support of Ministry of education of the Russian Federation. The event is designed to introduce students in grades 8-11 with advanced industries and promising professions, achievements of Russian science and economy.

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