Moscow, January 6 – Russian Health Minister Mikhail Murashko fulfilled the children’s wishes as part of the “Wish Tree” campaign and presented them with an electron microscope and a drum set.
Earlier, Murashko chose two balls with children’s wishes as part of the “Wish Tree” campaign.
A boy, Ruslan Melnikov, from the Volgograd region, dreamed of a microscope. In addition to the microscope himself, he was given a trip to the Clinical Regional Children’s Hospital clinical laboratory, where he was able to examine blood analyzes under the microscope. Raslan said via video link with the minister that he was fascinated by biology at school, and would like to have his own microscope to learn more about the world around him.
Murashko noticed that he had his own microscope while studying at school and institute, and the device was very useful. “Dreams must come true before the New Year. This is a very good microscope,” said the minister, passing the microscope to Ruslan.
The minister also fulfilled the dream of Sofia Skripko from the Arkhangelsk region, who wanted to receive an electronic drum kit as a gift. Murashko met her personally at one of the music studios, where the girl was given a tour and a drumming lesson.
The All-Russian charity event “Christmas tree for wishes” has been held since 2018 throughout the Russian Federation. Its goal is to give joy and a sense of New Year’s magic to children who find themselves in a difficult life situation. The offer will run until February 28th.