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Under the leadership of the Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, in the atrium of the Central Naval Museum named after Emperor Peter the Great, a ceremony of initiation into the youth army of 30 students of the 245th secondary school of the Admiralteysky District of St. Petersburg took place.

At the beginning of the ceremony, under the oncoming march, the flag groups of the Guard of Honor company brought in the State flag of the Russian Federation and the Andreevsky flag of the Navy.

Solemnly presenting the banner of the All-Russian Children’s and Youth Military-Patriotic Public Movement to the newly-minted detachment of Jung YUNARMIA, and each one personally – the sign of a youth soldier, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov warmly congratulated the children on a memorable event in their life.

In his speech to the Young Army soldiers, the Commander-in-Chief of the Navy, Admiral Nikolai Evmenov said: “Dear guys, you have a great day today. Today, on the next anniversary of the birth of our invincible admiral Fyodor Fedorovich Ushakov, you join the ranks of the All-Russian children’s and youth military-patriotic public movement “YUNARMIA”. This is just one of the first stages of your development as a real citizen. Study well, love your family, comrades, your homeland. I hope many of you will come to serve in the Navy. Now in the ranks in front of us, among the caring, intelligent and selflessly loving young people, there are future officers who will continue the glory of the great Russian naval commanders. But if you choose another path, YUNARMIA will help you to become a true citizen of Russia from a young age. And it will not be an exaggeration to say that a citizen is, first of all, a patriot of his Motherland. For this to know a lot, a lot to be able to. So be worthy of the title of a citizen. “

The ceremony ended with the performance of the hymn of the Youth Army movement and a tour of the halls of the Central Naval Museum named after Emperor Peter the Great.

The Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Admiral Nikolai Yevmenov, also examined the new exhibitions recently opened in the Central Naval Museum.

The Youth Army Movement was created on the initiative of the Russian Ministry of Defense and supported by the President of the Russian Federation. It is designed to unite all organizations and bodies involved in the pre-conscription training of citizens. DOSAAF of Russia will enable members of the movement to study on the basis of their facilities.

The purpose of the movement is to arouse interest among the younger generation in the geography and history of Russia and its peoples, heroes, outstanding scientists and military leaders. Any schoolchild, military-patriotic organization, club or search party can join UNARMIA.

In their free time, the Yunarmeys will work to preserve memorials, obelisks, keep watch of memory at the Eternal Flame, engage in volunteer activities, take part in major cultural and sports events, and will be able to receive both additional education and first aid skills.

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