State Duma deputy Dmitry Khubezov congratulated Novomichurinsk front-line writer on Victory Day
On May 8, State Duma deputy Dmitry Khubezov arrived in Novomichurinsk to meet with veteran of the Great Patriotic War Georgy Leonidovich Sergeyev.
He came to the Sergeevs together with Alexander Shastitko, head of the Pronsky district administration, and Igor Kiryanov, head of the Novomichurinsk administration. They were accompanied by volunteers, adults and children.
Sergeev’s wife, as expected, flowers, and the veteran himself – the book “The Main Documents of the Great Patriotic War.”
“A priceless tome, and most priceless of all is the attention that Dmitry Anatolyevich always shows us,” says the front-line writer. – During his last visit, I signed one of my books for him – “Let’s go to the front”. And I handed over the second copy for Vyacheslav Volodin, Chairman of the State Duma.
The veteran spoke about the congratulations of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, which he received the day before, and about a postcard dear to him from Ryazan third-grader Lavrenty Malakhov. The little Victory Volunteer touched the Sergeyevs by admitting that he well understood how hard it was at the front and imagined through what hardships the soldiers went to the Great Victory.
Georgy Leonidovich accepted the book from deputy Khubezov with gratitude, and in response said that he was proud of the deputy who visited the Donbass during the special operation. For Sergeyev, this is an act of a patriot.