ICR to get spiritual and moral training in Moscow Conservatory
Head of the Russian Investigative Committee Aleksandr Bastrykin has agreed to cooperate with the rector of the Moscow Conservatory.
Officers of the Investigative Committee now can receive “spiritual, moral and cultural education” in the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory. ICR Head Aleksandr Bastrykin and rector of the educational institution, Aleksandr Sokolov, have signed the corresponding agreement.
According to Bastrykin, investigators and cultural workers actually have a lot in common. For example, they are united by moral guidelines, such as kindness, mercy, and the pursuit of justice, the IC head believes.
“The Moscow State Conservatory and the Investigative Committee have a common goal – to educate and develop a sense of empathy and indifference to human grief in youth, which the ICR officers sometimes lack,” the ICR message cites Bastrykin.
He also noted that music will help soften the hearts of law enforcers, thanks to which the interaction of investigators with the Conservatory staff will “greatly support the formation of a sense of beauty and love for the Fatherland among the adolescent generation.”
It is noteworthy that the ICR head has been recently officially admitted to the Writers' Union of Russia.
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