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MOSCOW, December 12 (Itar-Tass) - The first ever Suvorov research-oriented school for teenage cadets will be created in Russia soon, Russian Presidential Envoy to the Volga Federal District Mikhail Babich said at a ceremony of signing agreements on the Defence Ministry’s corporate assistance to cadet institutions in Russia’s republics of Tatarstan, Bashkortostan and Udmurtia.
“The defence minister has supported our initiative to launch another project besides those concerning three cadet schools in our district,” Babich said. “We have signed an order to establish a joint working group of the Defence Ministry and the presidential envoy to set up Russia’s first Suvorov Military Science School.”
Babich recalled that “a network of Suvorov military schools and Nakhimov naval schools for young cadets is a country's well-established tradition.”
“We have taken into account our quite positive experience in creating the first science company,” he said. “This experience includes attracting very gifted young people eager to conduct research under Defence Ministry contracts.”
Babich said the Suvorov Military Science School would admit talented young people with the prospects of their future education at institutions of higher learning.
“We create a very good base for preparing military science specialists, who will work on behalf of the Defence Ministry and the Military-Industrial Complex of the country,” he added.