wait me 12.07.2010 (2010)

Telecast №81389, 1 part, duration: 0:48:06
Producer VID
Availability:Film hasn't been digitized
Anchor:Mihail Efremov, Igorj Kvasha, Mariya Shukshina

Reel №1

The plot of the work of the social patrol of the Moscow government: Andrei Ushkarev and other staff of the visiting brigade communicate with the homeless for medical or any other assistance; many refuse.

Mikhail Efremov shoots photos from the stand of the people whom the patrol officers found: Evgeny Tsvetkov from Kiev, who disappeared in March 2010 after a trip to his son in Russia, and Olesya Kosmovskaya, whom her sister searched for 10 years.

Visiting the program, the head of the Moscow Social Patrol, Andrei Yurievich Mudritsky, the staff of the visiting brigade Viktor Igorevich Shibalovich and Valentina Nikolaevna Shchenyova, talk about the work of the patrol.

Shooting in the village of Paryug in the Kirov region.

On October 5, 2009, the program featured a story about the difficulties of a local agricultural enterprise due to a shortage of workers, the manager Nikolai Nikolaevich Ontin has received more than a hundred calls from people from all parts of the country who want to come to work and completely change their lives.

By summer 2010, only the most persistent settlers remained in the village: Anatoly Raznov from Angarsk, ensign of the reserve Vladimir Lukashin, brothers Dmitry and Ruslan.

NN Ontin says that people came to them who do not know or are very unaware of what rural life is, many people came completely without things and fled back literally in a few days.

Entrepreneur Victor Semukhin is convinced that it is not everyone who can work on the earth, for this it is necessary to possess high moral qualities.

Maria Shukshina again appeals to the heads of farms and farmers who can offer people the opportunity to start life anew.


Viktor Ulyanov is seeking information about his aunt and her family: Alexander Ulyanov, born in 1898, at the end of the Civil War, worked in a hospital for prisoners of war in the Caucasus, where she met a Turkish officer and left with him to Turkey.

Wanted Gayrat Khudoiberdiyev, 1971, in 2000 went to work in Russia and disappeared.

Svetlana Petrovna Kuksa is looking for an ex-husband: Stanislav Evgenevich Kuksa, born in 1952, the connection was interrupted in 2005; can be in Yakutia.

Lidia Ivanovna Vavilova is looking for her son: Yuri Vladimirovich Vavilov, born in 1972, went to work in Moscow from Belavka village in Nizhny Novgorod region in 2004.

Continuation of the plot about the work of the social patrol: an interview with Yuri about work and homelessness in Moscow.

Employees of the social patrol take Lidia Ivanovna with her to take him to a meeting with her son.

Photos of missing children and adolescents:

Anastasia Kosolapova, 15 years old, on May 19, 2010, left Moscow for Ekaterinburg to a friend she met on the Internet, Nastya and Yulia Khramtsova supposedly left for Novorossiysk together.

Stas Kornilov, 14, disappeared on April 14, 2010 in Novosibirsk.

Valery Golitsyn, 16, disappeared on July 9, 2009 in Mozdok, North Ossetia; seen in the market in Nazran.

Natalia Kovaleva, 16 years old, disappeared from the village of Bolshie Dvory of the Moscow region, she does not leave her house for the first time, last time she called in December 2009, presumably she is in Arkhangelsk.

Artem Erokhin, 16, disappeared on November 9, 2009 in the town of Spassk-Dalniy, Primorsky Territory, a few days later was found by the police, but fled directly from the entrance of his own house.

Ekaterina Rodina, 16, disappeared on October 26, 2009 in the city of Novomoskovsk, Tula region.

Olesya Nikitina, 5 years old, was abducted in May 2007 directly from her home at the Bichevnaya station in the Samara region.

Alexandra Sarayeva, 11, disappeared on July 20, 2002 in Novokuznetsk.

Alexander Trikhunkov, 17, disappeared on April 30, 2010 in the village of Azejevo, Ryazan region.

Kristina Volkova, 9 years old, disappeared on March 26, 2010 in Rezekne, Latvia.

Sergey Sanzhakov, 16 years old, on May 14, 2010, without warning, flew from Nadym to Moscow.

Julia Kasyanenko, 16, on October 20, 2009 left Okhtyrka for Kharkov, she only called home once.

Tatiana Vladimirovna Veshnuova is looking for a grandson: Andrei Veshchunov, 1991, died on June 2, 2010 in the city of Khotkovo, Moscow Region, a disabled group II, problems with speech.

Wanted Danil Turdiyevich Normatov, born in 1966, left for work in Russia in 2004, can be in Kyzyl, Tuva.

Valentina Pavlovna Safronova is looking for a half-sister: Tamara Pavlova Almakayeva, born in 1943-1944, father's name Pavel Ivanovich Safronov, born in 1914; was the daughter of Lyudmila Lobanova.

Lyudmila Gracheva is looking for a nephew: Pavel Anatolyevich Tikhomirov, born in 1977, disappeared on July 27, 2006 from a hospital in Plavsk, Tula region.

Susanna Vartanovna Yakovleva is looking for a son from her first marriage, which her husband took after the divorce.

Videography from Ryazan from his son: Eugene Modestovich Polynov independently found an application on the site of the program.

Meeting with Eugene in the studio.

Application for a search from the village of Babakh-Tarama, Ukraine.

A man named Mikhail, two years ago, lost his sight, since then the neighbors are watching him and helping with the au pair.

Mikhail said that he would like to find a daughter from his first marriage and see his grandchildren; the family lived in Georgia, the former wife with her daughter left when the war began, and Michael soon after that moved to Ukraine to his nephew.

Mikhail was brought to the shooting neighbor Lydia Ivanovna (the hosts addressed the guest "Arshaf Vladimirovich," the surname is not called).

Videography from Vologda: the daughter and grandchildren call their father and grandfather to visit.

Meeting with the daughter and the eldest grandson in the studio.

Maria Shukshina thanks for the help of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia.

Calendar: 10.2009

Locations: Kirov region [781] Ryazan region [799] Vologda region [774] Ukraine [229]

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