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Russia and Germany to discuss youth exchange programs in sports

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Russia and Germany to discuss youth exchange programs in sports


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The Russian-German forum of organizers of sports youth exchanges started on the eve of September 14, according to the website of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education. It is one of the key events of the 2020 program of youth and school exchanges between Russia and Germany. The forum brings together participants from different regions of Russia.

The organizers are Russian Technological University and the Russian Student Sports Union with the support of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, and the German Sports Youth Association with the support of the German-Russian Youth Exchange Foundation.

The department stressed that the number of participants is constantly growing, and events are being held more and more often. Today, the forum is not only an effective platform for exchanging experience and discussing new ideas in the field of mass sports. It also provides a platform for maintaining relationships with partner organizations in new non-standard working conditions and for establishing new contacts.

The forum began with a discussion of the prospects for the development of youth exchanges between Russia and Germany in an unfavorable epidemiological situation. The participants touched upon the issues of financing and visa support of exchange programs. In addition, the most interesting and successful practices of youth exchange in the field of some sports were presented.

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