Winners of the All-Russian contest of children's drawings "My parents work in police!" have been announced

The Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs completed the final stage of the All-Russian children's drawing contest "My parents work in police!", which runs for the fifth year on the initiative of the Public Council and is sponsored by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation.

The contest was attended by more than 6,500 children aged 6 to 14 years throughout the country. During the qualifying rounds held in the MIA of Russia territorial departments there were selected 272 best works, which were sent to the Ministry contest commission.

The contest jury included members of the Public Council with the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia - Pavel Krasnorutskiy Andrei Romanenko and Yuri Shalimov, Scientific secretary of the Central Museum of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs Vladimir Evdokimov, representatives of V.V. Vereshchagin Artists Studio with the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs - Honored Artist of Russia Yuri Orlov and Alexander Chagadaev.

Based on the results of a careful selection the following works have been recognized as the best ones:

1st place: Anastasia Antsyferova, 10 years old (the Belgorod Region); Xenia Zolnikova, 8 years old (the Tyumen Region); Vica Medogorskaya, 9 years old (the Saratov Region).

2nd Place: Anna Vustyak, 10 years old (the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous District); Ivan Burlak, 7 years old (the Primorsky Territory); Daniil Galayev, 8 years old (the Moscow Region).

3rd place: Vitaly Kutz, 12 years old (the Komi Republic); Ruslan Shevchenko, 12 years old (Republic of Dagestan), Vlad Kucher, 11 years old (the Moscow Region).

A drawing by Anna Mishunina (11 years old) from the Penza Region was awarded a special prize as the brightest story work in the opinion of the contest commission members. It is dedicated to the heroism of police who saved people during the last year's autumn flood, which flooded more than 200 settlements in the Far East.

"Participation in the contest allows children whose parents are on guard of law and order, to tell about their service and, of course, disclose their own creative potential," - noted a member of the contest commission Andrei Romanenko.

Authors of all selected works will be awarded by the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, and will also receive prizes from the Russian Council of Veterans of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation and of the Internal Troops.

In the Ministry there will be organized an exhibition of artworks of the contest "My parents work in police!"

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