Today, February 17, the annual meeting of the Board of the Ministry of Internal Policy and Mass Communications of the Kaluga Region supported proposals to hold the Days of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly in the Kaluga Region (Russia) and the participation of the Kaluga Region in the Geneva Readings.
The First Deputy Secretary General - Head of the General Secretariat of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly Svetlana Smirnova took part in the Board meeting at the Niki TV television studio. In her welcoming speech to the participants of the event, she voiced the proposals to the leadership of the Kaluga region.
“At the UN, we present the potential of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation. For example, last year the Samara and Sverdlovsk regions took part in the work. I think that the Kaluga region also has the opportunity to successfully present its potential at the UN. You have what to show the whole world. Therefore, we invite you to take part in the “Geneva Readings”, - said Svetlana Smirnova.
Recall that the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly and the authorities of the Kaluga region have long been linked by effective work in various fields of activity. The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly has a Representative Office in the Kaluga Region.
In March last year, the Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly Andrey Belyaninov and the Governor of the Kaluga Region Vladislav Shapsha discussed the intensification of cooperation. In particular, this meeting resulted in an Agreement on cooperation in the establishment and operation of a regional center for supporting socially significant projects and initiatives in the area of artificial intelligence. The agreement was signed by the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly and the Ministry of Digital Development of the Kaluga Region at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum.
The Kaluga region became one of the first Russian regions that joined the project of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly “Our future. New Faces”. The project’s purpose is to popularize the success of the winners of Olympiads in mathematics, physics, programming, young scientists, entrepreneurs and social activists.
The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly continues to work actively to attract Russian regions to participate in international projects, which invariably bears fruit in the area of Eurasian integration, on the way to the global integration of the States of the continent under the Greater Eurasia brand.