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Chelyabinsk citizens can tell about their heroes

The administration of the city of Chelyabinsk and urban social movement "Chelyabintsy" begin work on a new project "Chelyabinsk is a city of real people".

The project will collect information and organize a national referendum on "search, selection and narrative of decent countrymen - Chelyabinsk citizens now living next to us".

The project will take place in several stages. On the first residents of the city and public organizations until August 31 may send to an open Internet portal Chelyabintsy.rus photo or a three-minute video describing the story of action or merits of a person who in their opinion is worthy to enter the history of the city. Also, the City Administration departments, the media, the Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Emergency Situations and other organizations, ministries and departments from their archived data in the approved format will be able to submit information to the information processing center of the project.

On the next stage processed and validated data will go to the page of the portal and in the sources of information of the general information sponsor of the project.

And in the final stage, a few days before the festive events dedicated to the celebration of the Day of the City, there will be created the alley in the form of a photo exhibition in the pedestrian zone of Kirova street.

This project is about our fellow countrymen, whose courageous act saved the life of a man, whose accomplishments in life and work would constitute an example for all and helped the development of the city, district, quarter, courtyard, whose life would be an example of service to the Motherland and deserves special attention.

The project "Chelyabinsk is city of real people" is held under the patronage of the City Administration and at the initiative of Mayor Evgeny Teftelev and deputy City Council Sergey Seleshchuk.

For more information please call: 8-919-123-41-25.