Speaker of the Jogorku Kenesh Chynybay Tursunbekov met with Russian citizen Yuri Lugvin, who saved Kyrgyz girls during a fire in the Moscow printing house on 27 August, the press service of the Kyrgyz Parliament reports.
Chynybay Tursunbekov thanked Yuri Lugvin for the courage and bravery in an emergency situation. «We always look forward to seeing you at our Kyrgyz land," the Speaker said.
He handed Yuri Lugvin the watches and the Certificate of Honor of the Jogorku Kenesh.
In turn, Yuri Lugvin thanked all Kyrgyz citizens for the warm welcome and noted that he was pleasantly surprised by the attention. "I have attended the opening of the II World Nomad Games, this was an enchanting show. I saw a beautiful lake Issyk-Kul, particularly I am impressed by the national food and nature, but of course, the most important wealth of the country - it is a friendly and hospitable people. I have only positive emotions from Kyrgyzstan," he stressed.
Note that, except for Yuri Lugvin, several Kyrgyz citizens also were involved in rescue of Kyrgyz girls during a fire in the Moscow printing house. Their identities are being specified. They also will be awarded.
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