All this time the family of the soldier who died in World War II did not know where he was buried. And only this spring it became known that his body rests in the Smolensk region near the village of Peredelniki.
Find the place of burial was due to the search for "Tracing service" of the Red Crescent of Kyrgyzstan, where the son of the deceased soldier asked.
In February 2017, the Red Crescent of Kyrgyzstan received an application from a resident of the Talas region Moldokulov Jakshymbek, born in 1938. Jakshymbek indicated that from the letters of his father - the soldier Mamyrbaev Moldokul, that he had crossed the Carpathian Mountains for the last time. Jakshymbek asked for help in the search for his father-soldier.
The Red Crescent of Kyrgyzstan immediately began searching. A few months later, the search gave results. Turning to the appropriate structures, the Red Crescent of Kyrgyzstan found out that the ordinary soldier Mamyrbaev Moldokul was immortalized in the "Memorable album of military cemeteries, the fraternal and individual graves of soldiers of the Soviet army and the guerrillas of those killed in 1941-1945."
May 6, 2017 The Red Crescent of Kyrgyzstan sent Jakshymbek to the burial place of his father. 72 years have passed since the end of the II World War, and the wounds still bleed.
Talking about his father, Jakshymbek recalls with a shudder in his heart. "I was 7 years old when in 1942 my father was called to war. And exactly one year later we were informed of his death. In addition to his father, two of his brothers who also fought at the front disappeared in the war. At that time it was very difficult to carry out the search. Time somehow inexorably fled, family, children, work. But I always tell my children, about my father so that they also honor the memory of our hero. Now to me already the eightieth year, but the sacred duty to find a tomb and to embrace that earth where the heart of the closest person has ceased to beat, did not leave me ". And after 72 years, finally, Grandfather Jakshymbek got the opportunity to see his father's grave and pray for his peace.
"The world is not without kind people," says Dzhakshymbek, and, taking this opportunity, expresses gratitude to the staff of the Red Crescent of Kyrgyzstan, who helped in finding the place of burial of his father, and also helped to visit his grave.