Fifty children, including cadets from Russia, children of employees of the Investigative Committee of Belarus and students of military-patriotic classes, visited the “Brest Fortress of Heroes” memorial complex and laid flowers before the Eternal Flame of the monument. This year, BelTA reports, the turn is dedicated to the 78th anniversary of the victory of the Soviet people over the Nazi invaders.
“Visiting the Brest Fortress brings mixed feelings: joy, bitterness, fear,” shares Yevhen Koval, a student from Polotsk. He is convinced that it is very important for everyone to visit the emblematic places of the Motherland, “to see and feel with their own eyes all the pain and pride for his people.”
“Having been here, one comes to understand how our ancestors fought for this land. In particular, my great-grandfather. I would like to continue the glory of these holy places,” said a student of the Russian Investigative Committee cadet corps. . Alexander Nevsky Muscovite Yaroslav Chistyakov.
He believes that every person should cultivate patriotism in himself from childhood. “That’s why we really like that the change in Zubrenok is patriotic. It fosters character and love for the homeland, regardless of the country we come from.”
On the same day, the guys also visited the office of the investigative committee of the Brest region, visited the USC history room and the forensic training ground, where, with the help of experienced employees, they even managed to get used to paper. the researchers.
And the final point of the program for the participants of the international civic-patriotic shift was an excursion to the residence of Santa Claus in the national park “Belovezhskaya Pushcha”, which welcomes visitors all year round.