Officer of the Guard of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, Major Lochin Ruziev, was killed in the line of duty, and his son - Ulugbek - firmly decided to follow in the footsteps of his father.
"I want, like my father, to stand guard over the law," Ulugbek Ruziev says with an especially adult confidence. These bold words make one look with respect at his courageous act.
The boys are very fit for the white dress uniform. They pronounce the oath of allegiance to their people quite adult.
The head of the Jar Sports and Health Complex of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan, Colonel Abdusalom Isahodjaev and others congratulated the cadets of the boarding school on taking the oath, wished to serve our country with dignity, to be true to their word.
It is profoundly symbolic that this oath took place on October 25 - the Day of Internal Affairs officers. This year, there are very large changes in the system of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Uzbekistan. The decree of the head of our state "On measures to radically increase the effectiveness of the activity of the internal affairs bodies, to strengthen their responsibility for ensuring public order, reliable protection of the rights, freedoms and legitimate interests of citizens" of April 10, 2017 laid the legal basis for the reform of the Interior Ministry system.
Among the cadets who entered the boarding school, there is Iskandar Tuykin, who intends to become the first employee of the internal affairs bodies in his family. Mother and grandmother came to congratulate him.
"A peaceful country, the calmness of our people must be safely guarded by brave and strong guys," says grandmother Aliya-opa. "I believe that my grandson will grow up just like that."
Young cadets passed before the participants of the event, minting a step on the parade ground, fervently singing drill songs. And the eyes of their mothers, grandmothers, fathers and grandfathers glowed with pride. The tradition of faithful service to the Motherland will be given into reliable hands!