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The solemn ceremony of swearing in first-year cadets of the VIPE of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia took place on the parade ground of the educational institution. The head of the institute, Yevgeniy Kharkovsky, greeted the personnel and gave instructions for successful service.

The ceremony was attended by representatives of the administration of the Vologda Oblast and the city of Vologda, the Vologda Metropolitanate, deputies of the Legislative Assembly of the Oblast and the Vologda City Duma, the Ombudsman for Human Rights in the Vologda Oblast, heads of law enforcement agencies, public and educational organizations of the region, employees and veterans of law enforcement agencies and an educational institution, relatives of the cadets.

Children from 43 regions of the country have sworn allegiance to the Russian Federation and its people. “I serve Russia, I serve the Law!” – these words were spoken by 175 cadets. Young men and women vowed to sacredly observe the law, respect and protect human and civil rights and freedoms, and be courageous, honest and vigilant employees of the penal system.

All freshmen have a whole series of tests behind them: they fulfilled the physical training standards, passed the entrance exams, passed a serious competitive selection and underwent professional training.

Taking the Oath is the most memorable and responsible moment for the guys. Today, future officers were presented with the first service certificates in their lives.

The demonstration parade defile of the freelance company of the guard of honor, the performance of the ensemble of drummers and drummers, as well as the vocal studio of the institute became a pleasant gift for the freshmen. The ceremony of swearing in ended with the passage of freshmen with a solemn march.

Press service of the VIPE of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia

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