Deputy Chairmen of the Investigative Committee of Russia and the head of a department of the central office of the agency took part in the "Christmas Tree of Wishes" event

On the eve of the New Year holidays, officers of the Investigative Committee of Russia continue to participate in the All-Russian charitable campaign "Tree of Wishes", fulfilling the dreams of children who are in a difficult life situation. The campaign has already become a wonderful New Year's tradition, and for officers of the Investigative Committee of Russia it has become a kind of continuation of the good deeds that the agency's officers try to implement for children throughout the year. Children's wishes and dreams are sometimes very simple, and our task is to help them come true so that they believe in miracles for as long as possible.

After the head of the Investigative Committee, deputy chairmen of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, Elena Leonenko, Alexander Fedorov and Alexander Klaus, as well as the acting head of the department of procedural control over the investigation of certain types of crimes of the Investigative Committee of Russia, Yevgeniya Minaeva, granted the children's wishes.

Elena Evgenievna Leonenko got a random letter from three-year-old Daniel, asking for a ukulele (a Hawaiian four-stringed type of guitar). The child received the long-awaited gift, as well as other toys and a sweet set from the hands of the Deputy Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia. Daniel is already interested in music, and such a gift was a starting point for the development of his creative abilities.

Evgeniya Viktorovna Minaeva granted the wish of 9-year-old Victoria, who dreamed of going to the Moskvaarium for a water show. The girl was given tickets to a performance with orcas and dolphins.

Alexander Vladimirovich Klaus, in turn, fulfilled the dream of 5-year-old Ruslan, who lives in St. Petersburg with his parents and younger sister. The boy dreams of airplanes and dreamed of feeling like a pilot. A.V. Klaus presented Ruslan with a certificate allowing him to fly a full-size flight simulator. Ruslan got into the pilot's seat of a Boeing 737, learned what a cockpit looks like and was able to control the steering wheel.

Alexander Vyacheslavovich Fedorov fulfilled the New Year's dream of 5-year-old Yulia, a very inquisitive and creative child. The girl and her family received long-awaited tickets to the Moscow Nikulin Circus on Tsvetnoy Boulevard.

All of the children were delighted with the gifts. Each of them is going through serious difficulties, and it was especially valuable that these children could once again smile sincerely and rejoice at the fulfillment of their dreams. In addition, they were very excited to meet the real officers who do the hard, but so necessary service for the good of their country.

Good deeds do not disappear, they remain a glowing light in the life of each child and help him to go the right way.