The family of the marine infantryman Alexander Pozychnich, who died in Syria, was presented with an apartment in Gurzuf, Kryminform reports. The document on state registration of the right to an apartment to a widow of a serviceman, Irina Pozynic, was presented by a representative of the Yalta administration Anatoly Elyasin at Novocherkassk school No. XXUMX during the opening ceremony of memorial plaques in honor of her graduates who were posthumously awarded orders of Courage, Alexander Pozynic and Evgenia Nosov.
“All the inhabitants of the peninsula sincerely sympathize with your grief and are experiencing these terrible days with you. We perfectly understand that it is impossible to make up your loss. But we know that Alexander dreamed of living with his family in the Crimea. That is why the leadership of the Crimea, the city of Yalta and the business circles of the Yalta region decided to fulfill the dream of your husband - a brave warrior and a worthy citizen of our country, ”addressed the widow of Elyasin.
He gave her condolences on behalf of the head of the administration of Yalta, Andrei Rostenko, and presented a certificate of state registration of the right to an apartment with a total area of 55,6 square meters, located in the village of Gurzuf.
“We sincerely hope that this gift will help your family to gain new strength, confidence and faith in the bright future for which your husband lived. Thanks for the feat. The bright memory of the true hero of Russia, ”said Elyasin.
Alexander Poznich died 24 on November 2015 of the year during a combat mission to rescue Russian pilots in Syria: the helicopter on which Poznich flew to search for the escaped Turkish-shot pilot SU-24 was fired from the ground by pro-Turkish militants. For his heroism Poznich was awarded the Order of Courage posthumously.
Well, honor and praise to Yalta officials.
Meanwhile, as reported by the federal media in November 25, Alexander Pozychnich dreamed of living not in Yalta, but in Sevastopol. "Notes" then also published about it. news. “This is Alexander's second marriage. From the first he has a child. With Irina, they have been together for five years, they have a son, ”says an acquaintance of the Pozychnits family. - Sasha is a poor fellow, he could not sit in one place for a long time. Yes, and chose a profession not for the lazy. When started история with the Crimea, he was transferred there. He went to serve under the contract. The house almost did not appear. My wife missed him. Alexander planned to stay in Sevastopol, he thought, get an apartment there and bring his family to the Crimea. ”
We will venture to suggest that it was from the media that Yalta officials learned about the desire of the Pozychnich family to live on the peninsula. And that was what Anatoly Elyasin meant when he said: “We know that Alexander dreamed of living with his family in the Crimea”.
But again - Alexander dreamed of living in Sevastopol. This is not surprising: here, in the Cossack Bay, the 810 brigade of the Marine Corps is located, where he served, and it would be easier for the wife to work here. Yes, and housing is much cheaper than on the southern coast of Crimea. Moreover, in Gurzuf, where there is almost no free land and where square meters are valued much higher.
Then why did Poznich’s widow and orphaned child not given shelter by the officials of Sevastopol, who, in any incomprehensible situation, were accustomed to clutching at their patriotism red at the touch?
The same 56 squares in the city of Russian glory would cost the donators inexpensively. Especially if the Korsun charitable foundation had joined the business, in the board of trustees of which, together with the plenipotentiary and the governor, consists the largest developer, the former defense minister of Ukraine Pavel Lebedev. Already, he, throwing out a lot of money every day to publish the Admiral newspaper with the profiles of Menyaylo and Nakhimov, could allocate an apartment to the family of the hero at cost. Where? Yes, even in Laspi Bay. You look, and questions about its illegal building would be less.
But no, they did not give the family of the Marines serving in Sevastopol anything. Moreover, they do not even want to talk about Pazynich. At the end of November, when news of his death reached Sevastopol, ForPost journalist Dmitry Osipenko asked the governor Sergey Menaylo if he knew that Alexander Pozychnich served in Sevastopol. By this time, he had already been informed about by the federal media, and Dmitry needed an official comment. In response, Menyaylo categorically demanded not inflate this topic and asked why the journalist wants to write about it at all. We are obliged to talk about the heroes, Dmitry said, especially if they live in the same city with you - this helps to educate youth patriotism. But the governor then stated that there was no patriotism in the coverage of this topic.
Apparently, the Crimean authorities acted extremely unpatriotic, giving the apartment to the hero's widow and informing about this through an agency controlled by the government of the Republic of Kazakhstan. Joke. But seriously, I want to ban all Sevastopol officials to talk about patriotism. Because they have long since compromised this word.
Today, the most popular blogger in Russia, Ilya Varlamov, published another post about Sevastopol, where he recently visited. It is about the barbaric development of the city by developers close to power. The blogger writes about them as the enemies of the city, who seized Sevastopol, rather, and before all Pravoseki. “The enemy does not need a fleet, does not need historical memory, the enemy is not going to change the flags, he doesn’t care under which flags to work,” Varlamov writes. - All interest of the current enemies of the city is exclusively in the area of square meters. It is very clearly visible in the city. In Sevastopol, nothing at all is being done that cannot be quickly sold with a good profit. ”
Well yes. Quickly sell with a good profit and give - not the same thing.
The “Notes” wanted to contact Sergey Menyaylo and ask him to comment on the deed of Yalta residents, but he did not pick up the phone. Vice-Governor Yevgeny Dubovik replied that he had a reception day and he had no time.