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Bryansk schoolchildren were awarded medals “Youth Army Valor” of three degrees for active participation in the work of the organization, feats, victories in sports competitions and olympiads, high results in military sports training, studies and social life. 31 young patriots received the high award of the Movement.

In addition, the directors of the UNARMIA Houses received certificates of conferring federal status on training centers.

“This medal means a lot to me, as it is received for a reason and not by everyone. I worked very hard to be worthy of this award. I have participated in dozens of Youth Army events, all-Russian and international competitions. Thanks to UNARMIA, I developed in myself such qualities as resilience, loyalty to the Fatherland, and most importantly, thanks to the Movement, I decided on the choice of my future profession. I want to treat people, help and serve the Motherland,” said Alina Sidyakina, awarded the medal “Youth Army Valor” of the 1st degree.

The guests of honor of the award ceremony were Deputy Chairman of the Bryansk Regional Duma Vladimir Pronin and Chairman of the Committee of the Regional Assembly on Youth Policy, Physical Culture and Sports, Hero of the Russian Federation, Head of the Council of the Yunarmiya movement in the region Alexander Postoyalko, as well as representatives of relevant departments of the regional government and mentors of Yunarmiya members .

“The merits of the Yunarmiya members do not go unnoticed. With their success, they once again prove that a talented person is talented in everything. These are versatile, enthusiastic young people. Extraordinary, purposeful. And most importantly – active and not indifferent. This movement is a very important step for serious achievements in adulthood. It is great that the desire to serve Russia today fills the life of the modern young generation with meaning,” Vladimir Pronin emphasized.

At the same time, he noted that thanks to the UNARMIA movement in the Bryansk region, the number of young people who want to study at military higher educational institutions has increased many times over.

Recall that in the Bryansk region there are currently six Youth Army Training Centers, which unite more than 18 thousand of the most daring, most honest and most gifted children in the region.

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