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Several Russian hospitals to be named after Elizaveta Glinka

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Several Russian hospitals to be named after Elizaveta Glinka


26.12.2016

Photo: Russia's Presidential Executive Office
A hospice in Yekaterinburg will be named after Elizaveta Glinka, who was head of Fair Help charity fund and was known as Doctor Lisa, reports RIA «Novosti». The idea was initiated by Mayor of Yekaterinburg Yevgeny Roizman.

A doctor known throughput Russia was on board the aircraft crashed into the Black Sea. Ninety two people died during the crash, including members of the famous army choir of the Russian armed forces, the Alexandrov Ensemble, and a few journalists working for Russian TV channels.

Minister of Defence of the RF Sergei Shoigu has given an order to name one of the military hospitals of the Ministry of Defence of the RF after Elizaveta Glinka.

According to the order given by President of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov, a children’s hospital in Grozny will be named after Doctor Lisa. He also signed his decree on awarding the conductor of the Alexandrov Ensemble Valery Khalilov died in the crash as well a medal of Merit for the Chechen Republic.

The members of the Alexandrov Ensemble will be memorized in Serbia. The proposal was made by Minister of Culture of Serbia Vladan Vukosavelevich. A park in Belgrade found next to the monument to Emperor Nikolai II will be named after the famous ensemble. According to him, the idea was supported by Prime Minister of Serbia and Serbian People’s Party.

Italy's state television showed the Alexandrov Ensemble singing the national anthem of the Russian Federation to commemorate the artists dead in the crash.

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