On the eve of the New Year holidays, officers of the Russian Investigative Committee continue to participate in the Wishing Tree charity event. 8-year-old Nikita's New Year's wish was granted by Sergei Petrov, head of Educational Outreach Department of the Investigative Committee of Russia. Living in the Oryol region, football fan Nikita dreamed of attending a football match involving his favourite team, Spartak. Sergei presented the boy with a certificate to attend a match with the players of the famous football club and meet his sport idols in person, along with his wishes for health and good luck in the new year.
Officers of the Western Interregional Transport Investigation Department fulfilled the wish of 9-year-old Vadim from St Petersburg. The boy dreams of becoming a train driver, so the officers gave him the opportunity to visit the Russian Railways Museum, where Vadim drove a multi-ton train using modern technology with amazing enthusiasm.
A similar childhood dream was fulfilled by investigators from the Investigative Committee of Russia in the Republic of Khakassia. 7-year-old Misha really wanted to be in the cab of an electric train, and with the help of the officers he succeeded.
And Vitaly, a 4-year-old boy from the Omsk region, dreams of becoming a tank commander, so investigators arranged for him and his brother to go on an excursion to the local Armoured Vehicle Engineering Institute. Here the children had fun climbing on a real tank and were presented with radio-controlled models of tanks.
That's how a few more little miracles happened, and the children's wishes came true.