On the Day of Defender of the Fatherland Day, three veterans of the Great Patriotic War, who were in line to receive housing, became the owners of their own square meters in the Saryarka neighborhood. Akim of Pavlodar region Bulat Bakauov handed over the keys to two-room apartments to Akimbek Abdraimov, Kudaibergen Kapsalyamov and Vyacheslav Chernyshev.
“In total, 72 veterans of the Great Patriotic War live in our region,” the head of the region noted. – We visited them all and watched how our front-line soldiers live. It turned out that we have three veterans who have their own housing, but they have the right to receive an apartment from the state.
Akim of the region emphasized that now there is not a single front-line soldier in the region who would need housing.
Akimbek Abdraimov recently turned 95. He was called to the front in 1942. As part of the 204th rifle division of the 60th automatic regiment, Akimbek Abdraimov fought on the territory of the Vitebsk and Smolensk regions of Belarus, and took part in the liberation of Ukraine. After numerous wounds at the front he received a disability. For bravery and courage in battle, the veteran was awarded the Order of the Patriotic War of 2 degrees and the Order of the Red Star.
War veteran Kudaibergen Kapsalyamov was born in the Pavlodar region, went to the front as a 17-year-old youth, and served in the 34th separate anti-tank battalion division as a gunner-gunner. The veteran’s tunic is decorated with the Order of Glory of the third degree, the medals “For the Liberation of Warsaw”, “For Military Merit”, as well as jubilee awards. After demobilization in June 1950, Kudaibergen Kapsalyamov returned to his native village and devoted himself to service in the internal affairs bodies. For labor success, he was awarded the medal “For Impeccable Service” and the badge “Excellence in Militia”.
Vyacheslav Vladimirovich Chernyshev was drafted into the army in 1944. He fought on the First Byelorussian Front, in the 26th Guards Rifle Regiment, 76th Guards Rifle Division. In January 1945, he was slightly injured. In 1953 he was transferred to the reserve due to the reduction of the armed forces of the USSR, and then engaged in teaching. He was awarded the Order of the Patriotic War of the second degree, with the medals “For the Victory over Germany”, “For the Capture of Berlin” and jubilee awards.
“Vyacheslav Vladimirovich never asked for an apartment and forbade me, and now such a pleasant surprise for us today,” said veteran’s wife Tatyana Ivanovna Chernysheva. – Son, we unfortunately lost. Now the two of us live in the apartment of the grandchildren who left the country, now live in Saratov, Ulyanovsk and Omsk.
This year, payments to participants of the Great Patriotic War to Victory Day increased to 500 thousand tenge. In addition, they provided for compensation payments for utilities and the provision of medicines.