G.N. Lepeshkin: Well, first of all, I understand all of what he was doing, that was his job. And I think he did everything quite properly. In his shoes I would have done the same thing. What qualities did he have? It was precisely that constant purposefulness in reaching his objective. I liked that very much. And besides, he was a very kind person. I can give you examples as regards his personal qualities. One time we were coming back from Vozrozhdeniya Island, and in the past it was very... I had to fly to Alma-Ata. And he and I flew there with the whole team. I had nowhere to stay overnight, so he made an offer: "Let's go to the embassy hotel." The embassy had its own three-story house there, twelve kilometers from Alma-Ata in a mountainous area, you know, in a mountainous area by the Kamenka River. Andy was living there by himself. When he would be driving, kids would run around him, they liked him a lot. He would give them candy, and give them some money. The little Kazakh girls and boys would constantly yell: "Andy, Andy!" He would be driving, and they would yell: "Andy, Andy, Andy!" And he told me, he says, I love these kids, and they love me, too. And we always connect with each other.