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BaltFest concludes in Estonia

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BaltFest concludes in Estonia


19.09.2019

BaltFest Russian youth forum concludes in Valgehobusemäe Ski and Recreation Center near Tallinn on September, 16.

About 40 young people took part in the forum. Master classes, discussions on sociological and ecological topics, meetings with interesting people and like-minded friends. Russian Ambassador in Estonia A. Petrov and the head of Tallinn Pushkin Institute and the Russian Center professor A. Krasnoglazov came to informal meeting with participants. 

The event was supported by Russkiy Mir Foundation and Russian Embassy in Estonia. 

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