MIL OSI Translation. Region: Russian Federation –
November 5 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of an outstanding figure in the civil defense of the USSR and the Russian Emergencies Ministry, retired Lieutenant General Dmitry Mikhailik. Exactly a year ago, on November 5, 2019, a monument to Dmitry Ivanovich was unveiled at the Troekurovsky cemetery in Moscow. In 2020, Deputy Ministers of the EMERCOM of Russia Pavel Baryshev and Nikolai Grechushkin, employees of the department, relatives and colleagues of Dmitry Mikhailik gathered to honor the memory of the hero on his 100th anniversary.
Before laying flowers, Pavel Baryshev shared his memories of Dmitry Mikhailik: “He was a proud, sincere man. He held several posts in the Ministry, I think that as long as we get together and keep the memory of Dmitry Ivanovich, he will be alive. “
The ministry’s flag group took part in the mourning event, the musical accompaniment of the mourning ceremony was provided by the exhibition orchestra of the Russian Emergencies Ministry.
“Dmitry Mikhailik is our teacher, a legend of the EMERCOM of Russia, who did a lot to create, develop and improve the USSR civil defense system, personally took part in legislative activities. Today we live according to the laws of civil defense and emergency response, which Dmitry Ivanovich was directly involved in. This is a legendary man, he was very kind, very attentive to people, to his subordinates. The memory of him will forever remain in our hearts, ”said Shamsutdin Dagirov, Chairman of the Central Council of Veterans of the Russian Emergencies Ministry.
Recall that Dmitry Mikhailik was a participant in the Second World War, deputy chief of the USSR Civil Defense, a member of the collegium of the Russian Emergencies Ministry and the military council of the Russian Emergencies Ministry’s rescue military units, the chairman of the Central Council of Veterans of the Russian Emergencies Ministry.
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