In Rostov Oblast the transfer of humanitarian cargo took place. It was collected by the Staff of the Investigative Committee of Russia, Students and Officers of Departmental Academies and Cadet Corps, as well as with the participation of wards and medical staff of the Hospital for War Veterans No. 2 of the Moscow Health Department.
All Officers of the Russian Investigative Committee rendered all possible assistance; no one was left aside, because it is our common goal to help the front in defeating the Nazi Kiev regime.
"I want to emphasize that all Officers of the Department took part in this event: started from the Far East and ending up to Kaliningrad, they are people, who is not indifferent to the present situation and, who responded to the call of the Chairman of the Russian Investigative Committee to assist those, who perform difficult combat missions," said the Head of the Educational Work Directorate of the Russian Investigative Committee Hero of Russia Sergei Vasilievich Petrov.
Warm clothes, uniforms, food, medicines, household items and much more were collected for the military personnel of the Russian Armed Forces, for all those who, risking their lives, work on the front line.
Students of the Moscow Academy of the Russian Investigative Committee provided great assistance in shipping the necessary goods in Moscow to the Officers of the Investigative Committee, and Officers of the Main Directorate of the Russian Investigative Committee together with volunteers took the cargo at the border in Rostov Oblast.
"I believe that every self-respecting citizen, patriot should help other people, this is the foundation of our Fatherland," said Mr. Alexei Lypko, a 1st year student of the Moscow Academy of the Russian Investigative Committee.
The collection of humanitarian aid has become a personal matter for everyone. After all, everyone understands the importance and complexity of a special military operation, its goals and objectives aimed at preserving the independence of Russia and the original Russian culture. "Everything that we have collected will reach the front line, will reach every soldier. I thank the Investigative Committee and its Leadership for the unique opportunity to assist in this event. We have always been able to unite ourselves," said Ms. Vera Rostislavovna Shastina, Chief Physician of the Moscow City Hospital for War Veterans No. 2 of the Moscow City Health Department.
Cadets of the Russian Investigative Committee also made crafts with their own hands and wrote letters to servicemen, putting a piece of their heart and wishes for a prompt victory into the messages.