Hearing aids for the Siege - The Mekendeshter Forum in action

January 15, 2015, 06:00

January 14, 2015 in the clinic of the National Hospital for War Veterans took action, awarding hearing aids for the veterans of the Siege of Leningrad living in Kyrgyzstan.

Hearing aids were brought by the “Muras” Kyrgyz-American Alliance, headed by our compatriot Arstanbek Sargaldaevym. This project was made possible thanks to the collaboration of three organizations: the "Our Victory - Bizdin Zhenish" movement, the Siege Company of Kyrgyzstan and the Muras Kyrgyz-American Alliance.

Deputy chief physician of the hospital, BT Tologonov, emphasized the contribution of the Kyrgyz-American Alliance and partner organizations in carrying out this action: "Today, with their help, and with our doctors, we are examining, checking the hearing of and make recommendations to our dear veterans of the Siege!" – he said.

Kyrgyz social activist for veterans of the Siege, Kutanov Marat Asanbekovich, emphasized the role of correspondence and communication with search traffic. A search movement, in turn, came to our compatriots in the United States.

"Those people who are engaged in social projects are always in sight. We meet, get to know the right people through the media, this helps us,” said Svetlana Laptev.

“He is a man of goodwill, said organized compatriots in the US and we are delighted to such early 2015. This is the start of the 70th anniversary of the Great Victory!"- Said Kutanov, describing Arstanbek Sargaldaev.

Tamil Bahtiyarovna, an otolaryngologist, examined 17 Siege veterans, those with the most severe problems with hearing. All of them are happy to have received hearing aids: "We are now able to fully communicate, watch TV, listen to radio! Thank you Kyrgyz-US Alliance!"