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World Festival of Youth and Students program is approved

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World Festival of Youth and Students program is approved

World Festival of Youth and Students 2017 program is already approved by the World Federation of Democratic Youth. According to WFDY president Sergey Kirienko, proposals are still expected from the International Organizing Committee but the key points have been agreed upon so far. The preparation follows the schedule, RIA Novosti reports.

Let us remind you that the main events of the festival to take place this fall in Sochi. Moscow, St. Petersburg, Sevastopol, Vladivostok, Kaliningrad and many other cities will be also involved.

Due to organizers, this festival has to become a platform for discussion on key issues related to the youth. Such topics as countering international terrorism, climate change danger, poverty, hunger and malnutrition are on agenda.

Let us remind you that Russkiy Mir Foundation has signed an agreement with the comittee of the World Festival of Youth and Students earlier, and participates in its work coordination process.

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