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Source: Lomonosov Moscow State University – Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov –

On January 11, via video link, the Rector of Moscow University, Academician V.A. Sadovnichy talked with 14-year-old Svyatoslav Sergienko, whose gift will soon be delivered to the Lugansk People’s Republic as part of the all-Russian event “Wish Tree”.

Victor Antonovich’s New Year’s wish came true with a new saxophone. According to Svyatoslav, he will replace his old musical instrument, which often breaks down, and now, with a gift from the rector of Moscow State University, his music studies will be carried out even more diligently. The young Luhansk resident thanked the rector for making his dream come true, congratulated him on the New Year, and wished him good health and good students.

Svyatoslav’s mother Alina Viktorovna also joined in the words of gratitude, recalling that Viktor Antonovich began as a simple miner in Gorlovka, is their fellow countryman and a real example for the younger generation, whose representatives are still looking for their path in life. “That phrase that was once told to you in childhood – “If you study well, you can achieve a lot” – can become a wonderful motto for today’s girls and boys,” said Alina Sergienko.

Viktor Antonovich wished Svyatoslav success in his studies, mastery in art, and also invited him and his parents to take part in one of the upcoming Open Days at Moscow University. The rector said that very soon the country’s leading university will celebrate its 270th anniversary. “Throughout its history, Moscow University has always remained a stronghold of education and science, an engine of the country’s development. This is based, first of all, on people, whose talent and dedication to their work constitute the overall success of the pride of Russia – Moscow University,” said V.A. Sadovnichy.

Svyatoslav Sergienko is in 8th grade and is a native of Lugansk. From early childhood he was involved in acrobatics, table tennis, and pentathlon. He studies saxophone at a music school and is a member of the Pop Song Theater “Fidgets,” whose hallmark is the song “Shoulder to Shoulder.” Svyatoslav’s passion for music was passed on to him by his mother, who heads the department of music education at Lugansk State Pedagogical University.

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