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Monday, April 24, 2017

The new Governor of Sevastopol is not recognized at the celebration of Navy day


A funny incident happened last Sunday at the celebration of Navy day in Sevastopol on Thursday appointed Dmitry Ovsyannikov refused to put on the boat from which the VIP guests had to watch the ceremony.


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Posted by Sandro Kiriak

As told by a former witness wrangling the captain of the boat with the Governor of blogger Alexander Chiriac, Ovsyannikov was stopped while trying to Board the vessel.

Young man, I won’t let you: there is no space, and the boat is overloaded! Where are you all!” — said the captain, blocking the road. This time the blogger got the picture, regretting that did not include video.

Read, as celebrated in Sevastopol Menyailo care.

The situation was saved by a former boat the Admiral, who explained that the Board tries appointed two days ago by the Governor.

“Changed? Two days ago? I know.. we’ve Got parade rehearsals and preparations for the holiday all day — I don’t know that you have someone there for my appoint. To me a boat to steer!” — after these words Ovsyannikov is still able to climb aboard under the explanations of the captain that the boat can cope with congestion over the years.

Recall that during the big reshuffle on Thursday the Governor of Sevastopol Vice Admiral Sergei Menyailo was sent envoy to the Siberian Federal district (and himself learned about this from journalists), and in its place came Ovsyannikov formerly Deputy Minister of industry and trade.

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