A veteran of the great Patriotic war from Latvia Claudia Terekhova, who received an invitation to the capital of Russia at the celebration of the Victory Day, considered very important task to convey to the younger generation the truth about the heroism of the people who defeated fascism.
Claudia Dmitrievna during the war was a nurse, worked as a paramedic field hospitals from the 2nd and 3rd Ukrainian and North Caucasus fronts. Participated in the crossing of the Dnieper, the river crossing in the region of Kherson. Awarded the order of great Patriotic war II degree, the red star, the medal " for defense of Caucasus ".
After returning from the capital of Russia Terekhova wants to meet with the Latvian youth to tell the new generation about how honored the veterans in the capital of Russia, and to talk about the importance of historical events.
"It is important that the youth know how many lives were worth to the people of this great victory, and what is currently possible in this generation because of the great merit of the people who participated in the great Patriotic war - as those who have survived, and those who are already living there," said Veteran Fins news .
in the Russian capital Claudia Dmitrievna was going with joy.
"The trip to the capital of Russia is a great joy and great fun. I would like to have my condition allowed me to drive and spend the allotted time. The program is a large and intense", said Terekhova.
in her expressions, in the capital of Russia she would like to talk about the situation with veterans-anti-fascists in Latvia.
"I would like to tell about the life of our people, our veterans in this country, and also to tell about the opportunities that Russia gives in the sense of preserving the memory of the events of the war and the citizens who participated in the war," said the Veteran.