Armed Forces of Russia have released a “friendly” email sent to the wives of the Russian military’s top brass.
In it, the wife of a Russian general tells the wives she is “very happy” to receive an email from the Russian Defence Ministry.
The email states that the wives have been “working on a number of important projects” with the Russian Armed Forces and that the Russian army has “further developed” its technology for “military-grade communications”.
The email also gives details about the wife’s role within the Russian armed forces.
In the email, the Russian general also writes that the wife “has made great contributions to the life of the Army”.
The wife is the wife who received an email on January 13th from the Defence Ministry’s chief of staff, Major General Igor Grigoryev, congratulating her husband on “his new appointment” to the Russian General Staff.
The Russian general’s wife, Maj. Gen. Aleksandra Mikhalkova, was also present at the ceremony.
“It’s been a very difficult month, I was waiting for a letter from the commander of the First Army Corps, Major-General Sergey Geremyev,” Maj. General Aleksander Kolesnikov, the deputy head of the first army corps, told The Moscow Times.
The wife was not present at this ceremony, but Maj. Geremys email was received by the wife in the office of her boss.
“I can’t say anything else, because it’s not important for the wife,” Kolesnikov said.
Russian military spouses have often received military emails from the top leadership of the armed forces, who have used military wives as part of the outreach and outreach campaigns of the army.
A large number of Russian soldiers have married military wives in the past and this is the first time they have been sent an email about their marriage.
The first Russian wives’ email The Russian Defence Minister’s wife was also invited to the ceremony, where she received a message from her husband.
“Hiya, this is General Sergei Grigorianev,” she wrote.
“You are very happy to receive this email.
It’s very interesting, as I have been in contact with you since January.
I hope that you will be able to fulfill your tasks in the Army very quickly.”
The wife also thanked the Russian soldiers for their “incredible work” and their “wonderful service”.
“I have been very happy, but thank you very much for the hard work and service of the soldiers.
They are very proud of their service,” she added.
Russian army wives are often the recipients of military-grade messages from the commanders of the military’s largest units, such as the First Russian Army Corps. “
We are going to continue working together, so that our wives can become a part of our lives,” she concluded.
Russian army wives are often the recipients of military-grade messages from the commanders of the military’s largest units, such as the First Russian Army Corps.
In one case, the commander’s wife received a military email that said: “Our army will be ready for all tasks, and will not hesitate to take any action if required.”
Russian soldiers’ wives are frequently the recipients, often in military-themed email messages.
One of the most common military wives is the Russian wife of former defence minister Nikolai Nikiforov.
The two have been married for many years and are considered to be close family.
Russian soldiers also have their wives send them military-related emails, with one wife receiving a military message on March 12th that said she is in a “good place” and is “happy to receive the latest news”.
A second Russian soldier’s wife sent a message on February 1st, 2016 to the wife from the chief of the General Staff, Major Gen. Igor Grigoriev, who congratulated her on being promoted to the rank of Major General.
The message said the wife was “very busy, and we have been trying to contact her a lot, but she has not responded”.
Russian military wives are not the only ones receiving military-style messages.
In February 2016, a Russian military wife received an “urgent” email from her boss, the chief commander of Russia’s First Army, Colonel Aleksandr Kolesnichenko.
The letter read: “Dear wife, Thank you very, very much.
I would like to congratulate you on your promotion to the ranks of Major- General and congratulate you also on your excellent work as a wife.
The next important task will be to fulfill the tasks of the Chief of Staff and the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces.
The best wishes of the wife.”
A Russian military-wives email In the last year, Russian military officers and soldiers have been getting more and more military-like messages from their spouses.
On January 12th, a woman received a very personal message from an officer, which included a picture of her and her husband together