“United Russia” opens the Party of the Hero and planted the “Gardens of Memory” for the Victory Day
On Victory Day, United Russia opened over a thousand new Hero Party. They appeared in the schools of Engels, Kirov, Barnaul, Tula, Factory (LPR), as well as in the villages of the Khabarovsk Territory, the Republics of Bashkortostan and Kalmykia, the Tomsk Region and other regions. Most of them were installed in honor of the Heroes of the NWO.
“The most important thing for us is that the children themselves propose to install new school desks. They study the history of the school, their district, city, find stories of the exploits of their fellow countrymen and tell adults about them. Each Desk has a QR code with a link to the official website with information about the Hero,” said Alena Arshinova, the federal coordinator of the New School party project, First Deputy Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Education.
In secondary school No. 24 of Barnaul, the Hero Desk was dedicated to graduate Dmitry Oskin, who died during a special operation in Ukraine. In 2021, he was drafted into the army, served in Kamchatka in the 40th separate brigade of the Marine Corps as a sniper, then entered the service under the contract. Since February 2022, he fought on the front line as part of an assault group. He died on November 2, 2022 in the battles for Pavlovka (DPR). He was awarded two St. George’s crosses of the II degree and medals.
At school No. 74 of Kirov, a Hero Desk and a memorial plaque dedicated to Yegor Volykhin were opened. Since 2013, he served in the army under a contract, visited Dagestan, Donbass in 2014, he was sent to Syria six times. From the first days – a member of a special military operation. He died on April 9, 2022, was awarded the Order of Courage posthumously.
In total, more than 14,000 desks have now been installed in 9,000 schools across the country.
Also during the holidays, United Russia activists plant “Gardens of Memory” throughout the country, including in new regions.
In Lugansk, the Young Guards, together with the Deputy Secretary of the General Council of United Russia, the senator from the LPR Daria Lantratova and Yunarmiya, planted 30 tree seedlings in the park on May 9 as part of the Garden of Memory campaign.
The seedlings were brought to Lugansk by representatives of the Councils of United Russia supporters from the Kursk and Kostroma regions.
“This year, in our new regions, we were preparing for Victory Day with a special feeling, because the LPR, DPR, Kherson and Zaporozhye region celebrate this holiday for the first time as part of the Russian Federation. People can put on St. George’s ribbons without fear, come to the Eternal Flames, which are lit again in new territories. We planted trees in honor of the heroes of the Great Patriotic War and modern heroes, the guys who today are defending their homeland from Nazism. Therefore, speaking of the exploits of the past, we cannot but think of the heroes of the present. The garden of memory is not only about the past, but also about the future, as a symbol of the resilience of our people, who could always respond to any difficulties with their unity,” said Daria Lantratova.