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Muscovites received medals of the Order of Merit for the Fatherland, honorary titles of honored doctors, workers of higher education and physical culture, gratitude from the President of Russia and the Mayor of Moscow, as well as city distinctions.
On the eve of the City Day, residents of the capital received state awards, city awards, as well as Moscow prizes in the field of literature and art.
“People of various professions are sitting in the hall: doctors, teachers, people of art, transport workers, and builders. People united by one thing – love for our city, love for their profession, showing high professionalism and putting their souls into their work and our city. I would like to thank you and in your person all Muscovites for hard work, perseverance, striving for victory, ”said
Sergei Sobyanin during the awards ceremony.
He congratulated the townspeople on the awards and the upcoming birthday of Moscow, a city that played a key role in the formation of the Russian state, contributed to the development of world civilization, and today is home to 12 million Muscovites. “This is our home, which we are trying to make more beautiful and more comfortable, to lay the foundation for its further development,” added the Mayor of Moscow.
State awards of the Russian Federation
In accordance with the regulations on state awards of the Russian Federation (Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of September 7, 2010 No. 1099), the Mayor of Moscow presents state awards on behalf of and on behalf of the President of Russia.
The Medal of the Order “For Merit to the Fatherland” of the 1st degree was awarded to Mikhail Kalinkin, a specialist in conducting cultural and educational projects of the All-Russian Union of Public Associations of Veterans of the Airborne Troops “Union of Russian Paratroopers”. He was noted for active public work in social support of veterans and patriotic education of youth.
Albir Krganov, head of the Spiritual Assembly of Muslims of Russia, mufti of the centralized religious organization Spiritual Administration of Muslims of Moscow and the Central Region “Moscow Muftiate”, was awarded the Medal of the Order of Merit for the Fatherland, II degree. He was awarded for the preservation and development of spiritual and cultural traditions, strengthening friendship between peoples.
The same award was given to Ruslan Cherkashin, executive producer of RuConcert, an autonomous non-profit organization providing entertainment services. He was noted for his great contribution to the implementation of socially significant projects.
For their great contribution to the organization of work to prevent and prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, the organization and conduct of events aimed at social support of citizens were awarded:
– Eduard Kononov, Deputy Director for Security and Regime of Zaryadye Park – Certificate of Merit from the President of the Russian Federation;
– Elena Babchenkova, Project Manager of Intelligent Social Systems, and Vadim Kochkin, Department Director of R-Pharm JSC – thanks to the President of the Russian Federation.
In addition, a group of Muscovites were awarded the honorary titles “Honored Worker of the Higher School of the Russian Federation”, “Honored Doctor of the Russian Federation”, “Honored Worker of Physical Culture of the Russian Federation”.
Moscow City Awards
For many years of fruitful activity for the benefit of the city of Moscow and its residents, the following were awarded:
– Dmitry Bonami, director of school No. 1413, – the badge of distinction “For impeccable service to the city of Moscow” (50 years);
– Sergey Loparev, Director of the All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Automation named after N.L. Dukhova, – the badge of distinction “For impeccable service to the city of Moscow” (30 years);
– Konstantin Ishkhanyan, General Director of Mosvodostok, – the badge of distinction “For impeccable service to the city of Moscow” (30 years).
For his contribution to the development of the transport industry and many years of conscientious work, the Moscow Mayor’s gratitude was announced to Nikolai Larkin, a car repair mechanic at the body section of the Sokolniki car repair and construction plant “SVARZ”, and Andrei Shkoldin, deputy head of the metro – head of the administrative department of the Moscow Order of Lenin and the Order of Labor Red Banner of the Metro named after V.I. Lenin.
For his great contribution to the coverage of socially significant projects and events in Moscow and many years of fruitful creative activity, Nikolai Rastorguev, chairman of the board of directors of the radio “Kniga” of the “House of Music” company, was awarded a certificate of honor of the Moscow Government.
The merits of Muscovites were also awarded the honorary badge “Honored Teacher of the City of Moscow”, the titles “Honorary Worker of Education of the City of Moscow”, “Honorary Worker of Transport and Communications of the City of Moscow”, “Honorary Worker of Social Protection of the Population of the City of Moscow”, “Honorary Worker of Physical Education, Sports and Tourism of the city of Moscow ”,“ Honorary Worker of the Industry of the City of Moscow ”.
Moscow Prize for Literature and Art
Moscow City Prizes in the field of literature and art have been awarded since 1992 for the creation of the most talented, new and original works that have received wide public recognition.
Awards are presented annually, up to 12 prizes in the amount of one million rubles in the nominations “Design”, “Fine Art”, “Art Criticism”, “Cinema”, “Literature”, “Musical Art”, “Works for Children and Youth”, “Educational activity ”,“ Theatrical art ”,“ Choreography ”,“ Circus and variety art ”.
The decision on the awarding of prizes is made by the commission. It includes leading figures in literature and art, and is headed by Alexei Bartoshevich, head of the department of history of foreign theater of the Russian Institute of Theater Arts (GITIS), Doctor of Art History, Professor, Honored Scientist of Russia.
Over the years, about 770 people have become laureates of the award. Among them are outstanding cultural figures Irina Arkhipova, Alexey Batalov, Oleg Borisov, Galina Volchek, Andrey Goncharov, Tatyana Doronina, Mark Zakharov, Vladimir Zeldin, Leonid Zorin, Lev Kulidzhanov, Georgy Sviridov, Vladimir Spivakov, Mikael Tariverdiev, Vladimir Troshin, Petr Fomenko, Rodion Shchedrin, Andrey Eshpai and others.
In 2021, 11 people received awards from the city of Moscow in the field of literature and art in six nominations.
Boris Messerer, academician-secretary of the theatrical and film-decorative arts department of the Russian Academy of Arts, head of the theatrical-decorative creative workshop, was awarded in the “Fine Arts” nomination. The commission noted his outstanding contribution to the development of theatrical and decorative art, many years of creative activity and personal exhibitions of recent years.
For the creation of the book “Drama of Memory. Essays on the history of Russian drama. 1950–2010s ”, Pavel Rudnev, a specialist in public relations, associate professor of the art history department at the Vl.I. Nemirovich-Danchenko at the Moscow Art Academic Theater named after A.P. Chekhov.
Dmitry Korchak, a lecturer at the V.S. Popova, for concert programs in 2018-2020 and active musical and educational activities.
Two prizes were awarded in the “Educational Activity” nomination. One was awarded to Boris Goldovsky, artistic director of the Moscow Puppet Theater, for his great contribution to the development and popularization of the art of puppet theater, long-term scientific and pedagogical activity. The second was awarded to Elena Grueva, editor of the Moscow Theater on Taganka, for her contribution to the creation and implementation of the project of the experimental director’s laboratory “Rehearsals”.
Four more prizes were awarded in the Theatrical Art category. It was received by Karen Badalov, drama artist – leading master of the stage of the Moscow theater “Workshop P.N. Fomenko “, for the performance of the main roles in the performances” Visiting Baron Munchausen “,” King Lear “and” Egyptian Nights “. Also, the prize was awarded to Evgeny Pisarev, artistic director of the Moscow Drama Theater named after A.S. Pushkin, and Zinovy Margolin, set designer, for the creation of the performances “Shakespeare in Love”, “False Confessions” and fruitful creative activity.
The third prize was awarded to Gleb Podgorodinsky, a drama artist of the highest category of the State Academic Maly Theater of Russia, for his leading roles in the performances “The Barbarians”, “The Players” and “Tartuffe”. The fourth prize went to Anton Yakovlev, director of the M-ART production company, for staging the performances Macbeth at the Moscow Drama Theater on Malaya Bronnaya and Les at the Moscow Academic Satire Theater.
Olga Sizykh, a ballet dancer of the highest category of the Moscow Academic Musical Theater named after K.S. Stanislavsky and Vl. I. Nemirovich-Danchenko, for the performance of the leading parts in the ballets Ghost Ball, Suite in White, Giselle, Don Quixote.
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