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Forum of Russian and Italian youth to take place in Moscow

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Forum of Russian and Italian youth to take place in Moscow


16.10.2021

Photo credit: Denis Grishkin / Press Service of the Mayor and Government of Moscow / mos.ru (CC BY 4.0)

The Russian-Italian Youth Forum has started accepting applications, the National Council of Youth and Children's Associations of Russia writes on its Facebook page.

The forum starts on November 11 in Moscow and will last three days.

Young Russians and Italians, who are interested in developing cooperation between the two countries, are invited to take part in it.

Participants will learn about the current state of affiars between the two states and the possible scenarios for its development. 

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