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The captain of the sailing ships "Pallas" and "Sedov" was awarded the Order of Alexander Nevsky
On October 8, 2014, within the framework of the official opening of the 16th Russian agroindustrial exhibition "Golden Autumn", Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev presented state awards to workers of the agroindustrial and fishery complexes of Russia. This was reported by the press service of the Federal Agency for Fishery.
Among the awardees was Nikolay Kuzmich Zorchenko, captain of the training sailing ships Pallada and Sedov. For his great contribution to the preparation and conduct of the round-the-world voyage of the training and sailing ship "Sedov" in 2012-2013, Nikolai Zorchenko was awarded the Order of Alexander Nevsky.
For 42 years of work in the fleet, Nikolai Zorchenko spent 25 years at sea. They were passed over 1 million 100 nautical miles. For more than twenty years of service on training sailing ships under the guidance of Nikolai Zorchenko, practical training was given and a ticket to the marine profession for over 11 thousand cadets, students of educational institutions of the Federal Fishing Agency, young people and Cadets of marine patriotic clubs.
“Dear Dmitry Anatolyevich, let me express my heartfelt gratitude and deep gratitude for the attention of the Russian state to the sailors of the fishery complex of the Russian Federation. Russia was, is and always will be a great sea and fishing power, and Russian sailors and fishermen will always fulfill their duty to the state at all latitudes of the World Ocean - from the Arctic to the Antarctic, ”Nikolai Zorchenko thanked.
Photo: Press Service of the Government of Russia