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I begin with diplomas issued by successive minister of Belarusian MVD / MOOP.

Diploma issued to Mayor Vladimir Artemovich Belokurskogo, For the achieved positive results in the development of amateur art activities among pupils of a children's column and conducting a review at a high ideological and artistic level.

 

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This diploma was issued to Vasili Anufrievich Nareïko, For the results achieved in the fight against criminal crime and the protection of public order, conscientious attitude to the performance of official duties and exemplary discipline. 

This diploma was signed by AKSENOV Alexander Nikiforovich, minister from June, 1960 to January, 1966.

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On 27/07/2019 at 17:31, Pierre73 said:

I begin with diplomas issued by successive minister of Belarusian MVD / MOOP.

Diploma issued to Mayor Vladimir Artemovich Belokurskogo, For the achieved positive results in the development of amateur art activities among pupils of a children's column and conducting a review at a high ideological and artistic level.

 

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pupils of a children's column = inmates of the juvenile detention center

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Another diploma issued to Vasili Anufrievich Nareïko,  for exemplary performance of official duties and success in work.

This diploma was signed by Jabitski Gennadi Nikolaevich, minister from 1978, December to 1983, December.

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Diploma issued to Chobanian Artavazd Avetikovich,

 In relation to the 20th anniversary of the victory during the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945, for his participation in the battles against Nazi Germany and impeccable service in the organs of MODERN -MOOP of the Armenian SSR.

This diploma was signed by the minister of the MOOP of the Armenian SSR Arzumanian Sergey Arkadievich, minister from 1961 August to 1968, December.

Does anybody know what criteria you need to satisfy for getting this kind of diploma ? 

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The next diploma was issued to Robert Surenovich Petrossian, for active participation in the activities related to the preparation and holding of the all-union meeting-seminar.

I have no idea what it recovers 😕

This diploma was signed by Evgeni Gurgenovich Patalov,minister of the MVD of the Armenian SSR, from 1974 December to 1983 November.

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Another diploma received by Robert Surenovich Petrossian,

" For a conscientious attitude to the performance of his duties, the initiative shown at the same time and high discipline and in connection with the 70th anniversary of the great October and the Soviet police."

 

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