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A farewell ceremony for the head of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, Yevgeny Zinichev, who tragically died on September 8, took place this morning in Moscow in the building of the National Crisis Management Center of the Russian Emergencies Ministry.

The President of the Russian Federation, representatives of the Presidential Administration, the Federation Council, the Government Office, the State Duma, the Federal Security Service and other departments and institutions, the leadership of the Russian Emergencies Ministry, representatives of departmental units, colleagues, relatives, relatives and friends came to say goodbye to him.

Immediately after the ceremony in the capital, the coffin with the body of the head of the Russian Emergencies Ministry was delivered to his homeland, to St. Petersburg. On the airfield of Pulkovo airport, the funeral board was greeted by officials and a company of the guard of honor of the St. Petersburg University State Fire Service of the Russian Emergencies Ministry. They buried Yevgeny Zinichev at the Northern Cemetery. On the last journey he was accompanied by relatives and friends, colleagues, colleagues.

During the ceremony, Secretary of State – Deputy Head of the EMERCOM of Russia Alexei Serko noted that today the entire personnel of the EMERCOM of Russia is mourning together with the family and friends of Yevgeny Nikolaevich. “We have lost our commander. During the 3.5 years that he headed our department, he managed to do a lot. The entire personnel of the Ministry rallied around him. We went forward confidently … Dear commander, we will always remember you, ”said A. Serko.

Evgeny Zinichev died tragically while saving a man and was posthumously awarded the title of Hero of the Russian Federation.

The EMERCOM of Russia team expresses deep condolences to the family and friends of Yevgeny Nikolaevich. His departure is the hardest, irreparable loss for the state and department.

EDITOR’S NOTE: This article is a translation. Apologies should the grammar and / or sentence structure not be perfect.

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