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wait me (2011) 01/17/2011

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Anchorperson: Mihail Efremov, Mariya Shukshina

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Video: congratulations on the New Year from all over the world.

Mikhail Yefremov reads messages from people who were considered missing, but later it turned out that everything happened as a result of some family troubles, so the photos do not show and the names of participants in these stories do not read out, the main thing is that people are alive and they are all right.

The photos of the people found are removed from the stand: Anna Sergeeva (disappeared on October 3, 2010 in Krasnodar), Natalya Uvarova (was missing on September 10, 2010 in the Tver region), Pavel Babkin (disappeared in 2010 in Bashkortostan), Alfiya Karimova, disappeared in 2009.

All found, alive, returned home.

Continuation of the history of Nikolai Sergeyevich Mikhailov.

Excerpt of the program from 18.10.2010: the mother says that on July 26, 2010 the son left his home in Vladimir, on August 14 he called from Voronezh, since then he has not contacted me.

Excerpt from 15.11.2010: Kolya's meeting with her mother in the studio.

Gratitude to the employees of the Kushchevsky Rehabilitation Center for street children.

Video: Kolya and her mom come to the center, meet with employees and children.

Kolya had a dream to get a profile education and return to the center as a tutor.

Studio:

Shamil Nuradilov is looking for his brother: Nail Nuradilov, born in 1969, disappeared on August 18, 2010 in Heihe (China).

Zamira Medvedeva is looking for a nephew: Vladimir Y. Khayev, born in 1982, disappeared on July 4, 2010 in the village of Elkhotov (North Ossetia).

Alexander Hidalgo is looking for his father: Edison René Hidalgo Villereal, born in 1964, met Alexander's mother in 1985 in Vladimir, where they studied together;  married in 1989, after the wedding lived in Ecuador; returned to Russia in 1991, when his father got a job; in 1995 his visa ended, he went back to Ecuador.

The history of the German family who emigrated to the USSR in 1937.

Anatoly Mikhailovich Lebedev, also Heinrich Halperin (Halperin), is looking for the brother of Gerhard (Herbert), the sisters Ruth and Edith.

After coming to the USSR, the family was scattered around different orphanages, nothing was known about the fate of the parents.

Because he was born in Germany, Henry was teased and beaten by other children, so he changed his name and only in 2000 admitted this to his wife and children.

In the program Lebedev appealed in 2007, the plot was shown in 2010.

Through the representation of the Red Cross in Hamburg it was possible to find the family of Ruth - her daughter-in-law Olga, granddaughter Victoria and Veronica; Dmitri's son is no longer alive.

Olga and her daughters tell in detail about Ruth's memories of the arrest of his parents (on charges of espionage against the USSR) and about how she herself spent 10 years in the camps.

Family meeting in the studio.

Videography from New Zealand.

Anton Sergeevich Myasnikov, date of birth 19.02.1990, is looking for a mother: Tatiana Anatolievna Myasnikova, in 1990 she lived in St.

Petersburg on the street Reshetnikova (hostel), then moved to Moscow, where she married a man named Vladimir, has a daughter Karina; presumably moved to the Novgorod or Pskov region.

In the foster family, Anton is doing well, he just wants to know how the mother's life has developed.

Studio:

Vera Brovorsheva is looking for a friend: Dmitry Aleksandrovich Tsapovetsky, born in 1958, lived in Kiev, met in 1986 in practice in the pioneer camp "Sunrise" in Anapa; The last time I met in Moscow was before Dmitry left for Holland to work on a contract.

Olga Nikolaevna Stepanenko (Sokolova) is looking for her father: Nikolai Ivanovich Sokolov, born in 1934, the last residence of the village of Tour of the Krasnoyarsk Territory; a letter came that he was in a nursing home, new information was not received.

Elena Anatolievna Ivanova is looking for a friend of Parfen Semitsaki from a family of Greek immigrants who lived in the city of Chirchik, Tashkent region.

The Parfen family returned to their homeland in the fall of 1977, and Elena's family moved to her husband's place of service in Feodosia.

Videoprimo from the program "Light at the end of the tunnel": host Angelica Nikalui congratulates the program "Wait for me" and its participants with the New Year.

Videography from Parfena to Elena.

A new visit to the studio of Natalia Dronova, who is looking for a mother: Marzia Zinatullovna Shatukha, born in 1963, parted in Grozny in 1993, then corresponded;  the last letter came in 1999, when the mother reported that she had given birth to a son and was going to move to the Rostov region.

Natalia's request was answered by her brother Alexander, whom his mother at first wanted to call Ruslan, but the boy's father insisted on another name; Mikhail Efremov transmits a letter from him.

Continuation of the family history of the Statue-Vepriv.

During the war Anna Stepanovna Statute (Vepriv) was taken out with her husband to Germany; in 1947 she moved to Venezuela, in 1956 she wrote her first letter to her brother, Mikhail Vepriv, to Ukraine; in 1975 the correspondence was interrupted.

Fyodor Mikhailovich Vepriv (son of Mikhail, nephew of Anna) is actively engaged in the search for relatives.

Anna Stepanovna's son, Miguel Statuteak, date of birth July 29, 1943, still lives in Venezuela with his family.

Videography from the village Volosyanka, Lviv region: relatives invite Miguel to visit.

Reply from Caracas: Miguel and his wife Betty share their memories of their parents, talk about their lives.

Fragment of the broadcast from 20.12.2010: a meeting between Fedor and Miguel in the studio.

Video from the village Volosyanka on the visit of Miguel and Betty.

Calendar

1930s 10.2010-12.2010

Locations

Krasnodar region [761] Ukraine [229] Greece [87] Venezuela [239] New Zealand [158]

Family; Emigration; New Year