Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko said that during training as a mechanic in the professional technical school №226 of the river fleet in the city of Petrokrepost, Leningrad region was subjected to bullying. His words leads TASS on Monday, October 16.
“Hazing was terrible. (…) In the first year mother sent me parcels while I was up on the third floor of the parcels there was nothing left. In the second year we covered bullying; a lot of this was the life,” — said Vice-Premier at the meeting with participants and volunteers of the world festival of youth and students in Sochi.
Mutko also admitted that in his youth wanted to become a sea captain, although not endured pitching: “With 12 years of dreaming about it.”
Vitaly Mutko has graduated from the school №226 in 1977. Over the next two years he worked as the sailor-a mechanic on courts of the Leningrad sea port and Management of the North-Western river shipping company (sdfd). In 1987 Mutko graduated from the Leningrad Institute of water transport (currently Saint-Petersburg state University of water communications) on a speciality “ship cars and mechanisms”. In 1999, received his legal education at Saint-Petersburg state University.