Governor Yevgeny Kuyvashev appealed to the people of Sverdlovsk region due memorable date - the Day of the Unknown soldier
Governor Yevgeny Kuyvashev appealed to the people of Sverdlovsk region due memorable date - the Day of the Unknown soldier.Recall, today Russia is celebrating the first new memorable date - the Day of the Unknown soldier. December 3, 1966 in commemoration of the 25th anniversary of the defeat of the German armies near Moscow, the remains of an Unknown soldier was buried in the Alexander garden near the Kremlin walls, now the home of the eponymous memorial."It's both tragic and light date in our history. She draws our memory of the heroic events of the great Patriotic war and to those huge, incalculable losses suffered by Russia. Next year we will celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Victory. But still search groups search and find sad traces of the great war: the nameless soldiers ' graves. Today, search engine traffic is actively involved our youth, and it is a remarkable fact, talking about citizenship and patriotism of young Urals", - noted in his speech the head of the region.As reported in the Department of information policy of the head region, in the complaint, the Governor noted that in the Sverdlovsk region have done much to perpetuate the memory of the fallen defenders of the Fatherland. In the cities and villages of the region at memorial complexes annually lit "Lights Memory". On the territory of Sverdlovsk region buried more than 80 Heroes of the Soviet Union, 16 Heroes of Russia and 40 full Cavaliers of the order of Glory. We make sure that all military burials contained adequately.According to Eugene Kuyvasheva, celebrating the Day of the Unknown soldier and the next Day the Heroes of the Fatherland, in the Sverdlovsk region decided to spend a week of military glory and to dedicate it to "the generation of winners, all well - known and unknown - to the heroes of the Fatherland."Dear Urals! Today we bow our heads before the memory of those who died defending peace, freedom and your father's house, whose name remains unknown.