Opening Asia for Russia

Youth of Eurasia and Africa will meet in Moscow

01.08.2020 108 просмотров

On July 31, the International Youth Round Table "Dialogue of Cultures: Friendship of the Peoples of Eurasia" was held. The event dedicated to the International Day of Friendship brought together the youth of Eurasia and Africa.


The online meeting was organized by: Youth wing of the International Union of Non-Governmental Organizations "Eurasia Peoples' Assembly" - Youth Assembly of Eurasian Peoples (MANE) and the Club of Public Diplomacy at the Russian Center for Science and Culture (RCSC) in the Republic of Zambia.

The tracks of the round table "Personality in History" and "Dialogue of Cultures" are devoted to the most relevant topics for young people, among them: education, self-development, culture, art, history, intercultural communication, traditions and customs of the peoples of the native country. In the live broadcast format, the young leaders of Zambia made presentations: Mac Adrian Kabwata (theme: "Role models"), Solomon (theme: "Music, art and literature"), Tionge (theme: "Traditions of Zambia").

Co-Chair of the Coordinating Council of the Youth Assembly Kristina Tatarnikova addressed MANE's friends from Zambia with words of gratitude: “Dear friends, I am glad to welcome each of you to the youth roundtable dedicated to the International Day of Friendship. First of all, I would like to thank the founder of the Public Diplomacy Club at the RCSC in Zambia, Yanina Dubeykovskaya, for the opportunity to organize and hold the meeting. The Eurasian Youth Assembly conveys warm words of gratitude to each participant of the online conference and hopes for the development of a dialogue between young representatives of Eurasia and Africa.”

According to the speakers, young people of the African continent are inspired by famous musicians and public figures of Zambia. Representatives of the younger generation are fond of sports, playing musical instruments, creating creative compositions, painting and, of course, learning foreign languages, such as Russian and French. Many strive to continue their education abroad, gain maximum knowledge and experience in an intercultural environment, and become true professionals in their field. As part of the program of the Club of Public Diplomacy at the RCSC in Zambia, young people study the Russian language and literature, participate in staging creative performances and performances based on Russian classics. In the near future there is a production based on Alexander Pushkin's novel "The Snowstorm".

At the end of the round table, Mac Adrian Kabwata, leader of the Public Diplomacy Club at the RCSC in Zambia, read Konstantin Simonov's poem "Wait for me" in Russian. Members of the Club performed the song "There is nothing better in the world" from the famous Soviet cartoon "The Bremen Town Musicians". Already in October of this year, the participants agreed to meet again, this time in Moscow, at the headquarters of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly.


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