Russian President Vladimir Putin awarded the boy Fyodor the medal “For Courage” who saved two girls during an attack by Ukrainian saboteurs. The text of the document is published on the legal information site.
“For courage, bravery and selflessness in performing civic duty, to award Fedor Vitalyevich Simonenko, a student of the municipal educational institution of the Novoropskaya secondary school of the Klimovsky district of the Bryansk region” , indicates the text of the decree.
Recall that on March 2, Ukrainian saboteurs armed with foreign weapons entered the territory of the Bryansk region. During the attack, the militants shot at a car in which Fedor and two girls were. The boy managed to get his companions out of a dangerous place, but he himself was injured in the back. For the time being, Fedor has recovered, been discharged from the hospital and moved to a new house offered by the authorities of the region.
Putin awarded the boy Fyodor from the Bryansk region the medal “For Courage”
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