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The juniors of the secondary school No. 4 of the city of Syzran wrote “Letters to a Soldier” for the military policemen of the Central Military District (CVO) participating in the Victory Day parades on Red Square in Moscow, as well as in Yekaterinburg.

The guys sent words of parting words to the army law enforcement officers who are preparing for the Victory parade. “Each of us knows how important the support of friends is when you are away from home. I hope that the letters of the Yunarmeys will inspire the military policemen even more responsibly, with pride to march in the parade line on May 9, ”said Natalya Shuvalova, head of the Yunarmeysky unit“ Young defenders of the Fatherland ”.

In addition, the Yunarmeys wished the defenders of the Motherland good health, a peaceful sky over their heads, and family well-being. They shared their innermost thoughts and hopes, and also wrote that they are looking forward to meeting the fighters after the parade.

The combined battalion of the military police of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation participating in the parade on Red Square is fully represented by the military personnel of the Central Military District. The parade crew included military police officers from the regions of Siberia, the Urals and the Volga region.

The delivery of letters to the participants of the parade on the square of 1905 took place in Yekaterinburg. Colonel Konstantin Smirnov, head of the regional military police department of the Central Military District, took part in the handover ceremony. He noted that letters intended for servicemen representing the military district at the country’s main parade in Moscow will be handed over to them by May 9.

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