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Sofia hosts III World Youth Forum of Russian compatriots

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Sofia hosts III World Youth Forum of Russian compatriots


22.09.2017

pixabay.comThird World Youth Forum of Russian compatriots supported by the Russkiy Mir Foundation, Union of Compatriots Federation in Sofia as well as Russian Embassy in Bulgaria opens in the capital of Bulgaria. Its main topic is Destiny of Russia: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow. The agenda for the nearest five days includes sessions, round tables and seminars where the role of Russian compatriots, their contribution into cultural – economic life of their native countries and opportunities of further development and strengthening of ties with Russia will be discussed.

Youth Builds Future International Youth Forum is conducted since 2010. It has turned into a successful ground for free opinions’ exchange. More than 900 youth leaders and chairmen of countries’ Coordinating Councils of Compatriots from more than 60 countries of Europe, CIS and several regions of Russia took part in these forums over these years.

Participants of the forum will attend Memorial to Soviet Army Officers – liberators in Sofia to honor the memory of the perished soldiers. Our compatriots also plan to visit the monument to Alexander II. Under his rule, Bulgaria was liberated from Ottoman Yoke and regained its independence.

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