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Igor Pushkarev accepted the challenge of the Mayor of Yakutsk to participate in the flash mob Ice Bucket Challenge

The head of Vladivostok took part in the Ice Bucket Challenge charity flash mob, in which hundreds of people around the world have already noted. A call to the mayor of the seaside capital was thrown by the head of Yakutsk, who in turn received it from the press secretary of President Dmitry Peskov. On September 4, on the pier of the FEFU embankment, Igor Pushkarev poured over icy water, after which he handed over the charity baton to the chairman of the city duma of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Sergey Dmitriev.

“The mayor of the city of Yakutsk Aisen Nikolaev recently took part in a charity flash mob - he doused himself with ice water, after which he challenged the mayors of Vladivostok, Khabarovsk and Magadan. I accepted the challenge, I will drench myself. In addition, I will transfer 30 thousand rubles to the Primorsky Charitable Children's Fund. Next I pass the baton to the chairman of the city Duma of the city of Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Sergei Dmitriev, ”said Igor Pushkarev.

Two days earlier Igor Pushkarev also took part in the action in favor of the Gift of Life charity foundation. The action implies that the one who is challenged must either answer it and pass one of the TRP standards, or transfer 3 thousand rubles to the fund. Mayor of Kazan Ilsur Metshin handed over the baton to the head of the seaside capital. Igor Pushkarev fulfilled the shooting standard, and also squeezed out 51 times. Despite the fact that the mayor of Vladivostok complied with the TRP norms, he also transferred funds to the Gift of Life charity foundation. After that the head of the city passed the baton to the mayor of Pskov.
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