Photo: kremlin.ru Tver
The Head of State signed the “On Encouragement” decree.
The President noted the work activity of two residents of the Tver region. Governor Igor Rudenya congratulated them on this event.
For merits in the prevention and elimination of the consequences of emergency situations, the gratitude of the President of the Russian Federation was announced to Georgy Kaliberda, head of the crisis management center of the state institution “Department Fire Department, Civil Protection and Territories of the Tver region”.
“At the state level, your contribution to the safety of the inhabitants of the Tver region, the efficient work of the emergency services in the Upper Volga region was highly appreciated. I have no doubt that the experience and professionalism, dedication to your vocation will continue to be the guarantee of your new successes”, underlined the head of the region.
The total professional experience of Georgy Nikolayevich is 34 years, 24 of them in the department.Among his awards are the badge of the Russian Emergencies Ministry “Participating in the elimination of the consequences of emergencies”, the gratitude of the governor of Tver region . In August 2021, Georgy Kaliberda took part in the aftermath of a natural disaster in the city of Andreapol, Tver region.
For his courageous and resolute actions aimed at saving people in extreme conditions, Evgeny Chirgin, a paramedic from the Tver ambulance station, received gratitude from the President of the Russian Federation. In April last year, he was one of the first to arrive at the scene of a fire at the building of the East Kazakhstan Research Institute in Tver to provide first aid to the victims.
“The Head of State appreciated your experience and knowledge, which allow you to act professionally and calmly in emergency situations, saving people’s health and lives. I wish you further success in your work which carries on the traditions of Russian healthcare,” Governor Igor Rudenya said.
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