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Eurasia – that’s us!

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Kyrgyz citizens will participate in the Festival of Youth and Students of the good neighborhood belt “Eurasia – that’s us!”, which will be held in Moscow this fall.

The first meeting for the preparation of the Festival was held in the Russian capital on January 17. The event was attended by Chairman of the Inter-Commission group of Public Chamber of the Russian Federation Alexander Sokolov, Chairman of the National Council of Youth Associations of Russia Grigory Petushkov, President of Sholokhov Moscow State University for the Humanities Vladimir Nechayev, as well as representatives of the Ministries of Foreign Affairs, Culture, Education and Science of the Russian Federation.

Youth Festival will be held in September-October 2014. Kyrgyzstan, as one of the countries actively involved in the processes of Eurasian integration, will also participate in the event.

Photo from www.ruy.ru web-site

According to the report of the Association of Compatriots and Friends of Russia,¬†Festival “Eurasia – that’s us!” is an important step in preparation for the 2017 World Festival of Youth and Students.

“In recent years the focus in our country is making on the development of youth policy, creation of the conditions for long-term contacts between young people from the “good neighborhood belt”. Undoubtedly, the current forum will contribute to the strengthening of friendly relations between the national and subcultural youth groups within existing and created integration organizations”, – the Head of the Office of Youth and Communication programs of Rossotrudnichestvo, Artyom Margaryan, said.

During discussion of the Project Concept of the upcoming Festival, participants were putting forward various proposals related to the organization and conduction of the forum. It was proposed to organize discussions of the Festival’s participants in such areas as economy, security, science, education, medicine, intercultural and interethnic interaction, social activities.

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