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Hundreds of teenagers from 18 countries will come to Artek

12.07.2022 ТАСС 109 просмотров

They will take part in the eighth shift, which will take place from July 15 to August 5.


About 350 teenagers from 18 countries will take part in the eighth shift of the international Children's center "Artek", which will be held from July 15 to August 5 as part of the "Hello, Russia!" program, the press service of Rossotrudnichestvo reported on Monday.

"From July 15 to August 5, about 350 teenagers from 18 countries will take part in the eighth shift of the MDC - Artek gathers friends." A visit to the Artek Medical Center within the framework of the Hello, Russia! program will be a unique chance for young compatriots not only to acquire new skills and get unforgettable emotions from their stay in Crimea, but also to make new friends from Russia and different regions of the world," the message says.

As the press service of Rossotrudnichestvo clarified to TASS, the entire shift will be held in full-time format. "The guys from the DPR, LPR, Egypt, Armenia, Lebanon, Canada, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Poland, Portugal, Turkey, Syria, Belarus, South Ossetia, Mongolia and Moldova, who became finalists of the All-Russian contest "Big Change", will come to replace them.

As part of the shift, the Science Art exhibition "Creative Technologies in Education", art installations "The Way of Life", creative week in Artek, as well as the festival of creative industries "We are together!" will be held.

"The trip was made possible thanks to the active participation of Rossotrudnichestvo in the implementation of the international track of the Big Change competition," the press service added.

The All-Russian competition "Big Change" is being implemented within the framework of the National project "Education". It is organized by Rosmolodezh, ANO "Russia - the land of opportunities", ANO "Big Change" and the Russian Movement of schoolchildren.

About Artek

Artek, the most famous pioneer camp of the USSR, was founded in 1925. After the reunification of Crimea with Russia in 2014, the children's center, which now consists of nine camps, became federal property. Artek is one of the most effective state development projects in Crimea, since 2014 the main stage of reconstruction of the children's center has been completed, infrastructure has been created. Now Artek accepts more than 40 thousand children a year. By its 100th anniversary, the center is expected to receive a two-millionth pupil.

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