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Russian Uranium Mining Companies Honored the Memory of Vladimir Sergeevich Vysotsky
Vladimir Sergeevich Vysotsky died suddenly on February 5, 2021. Today, on the day of his funeral, at 12.00 noon by Moscow time, all Russian uranium mining companies honored his memory with a minute of silence and turned on factory buzzers.
In the Krasnokamensk cadet boarding school at the secondary school No. 1, a guard of honor stood near the portrait of the Admiral and Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy (2007–2012). Cadets remember well Vladimir Sergeevich, who repeatedly visited their boarding school. He told the children about the Russian army, gave them wise counsels. For the guys, the life path of Vladimir Sergeevich Vysotsky is an example of impeccable service to the Motherland.
A watch of memory was held in the Krasnokamensk secondary school No. 7 named after Stal Sergeevich Pokrovsky, the first director of PIMCU, PJSC. The school held lessons of courage for its students «Heroes are With Us.» The class teachers told them about the impeccable military service of Vladimir Sergeevich Vysotsky, his achievements and government awards. The teachers spoke also about the contribution of Vladimir Sergeevich to the development of PIMCU, PJSC.
Schoolchildren and their teachers honored the memory of Vladimir Sergeevich Vysotsky with a minute of silence.
«Krasnokamensk is mourning. The administration and Council of the urban settlement, residents of the ‘Uranium Capital’ of Russia express their deep condolences to the family, relatives, colleagues, and friends of Vladimir Sergeevich Vysotsky. This is an enormous woe for the family and an immense loss for the city-forming enterprise and for Krasnokamensk», as stated in the telegram from the «Uranium Capital.»