The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly was invited to Participate in the Forum of Ancient Cities

17/02/2021 21:00

On February 17, 2021, Nikolai Vavilov, Deputy Head of the General Secretariat of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly for youth cooperation, met with readers at the Gorky Library in Ryazan.

Director of the library Natalya Grishina took part in the meeting.

During the meetings, an agreement was reached on the possibility of participation of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly in organizing the forthcoming IV Forum of Ancient Cities, which is scheduled for the summer. In addition, the meeting discussed the possibility of expanding cultural interaction with the regions of China as part of cooperation with the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly.

Earlier, in 2019, a delegation of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly took part in the II Business Forum "Days of International Business in the Ryazan Region", and on the eve of this event, a Hungarian delegation headed by the Mayor of Esztergom, Etelka Romanek, and Chairman of the Tourism and Culture Commission of Duma of the city of Esztergom, Messes Balaz, visited the headquarters in Moscow.

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The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly

The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly is an international non-governmental organization aimed at forming a social integration model in the name of establishing peace and harmony through the development of multilateral cooperation and public (people's) diplomacy in the Eurasian space. Currently the Assembly brings together representatives from more than 43 countries. The Assembly signed 107 partnership agreements in culture, entrepreneurship, development of integration ties between the peoples of Eurasia and public diplomacy. The site is

The International Forum of Ancient Cities

The International Forum of Ancient Cities has been held in the Ryazan Region annually since 2018. The Forum, scheduled for 2021, will be the fourth. The founder of the forum is the Government of the Ryazan Region. Various events on the issues of preserving the historical and cultural heritage, preserving the memory of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War, developing education, science and volunteering are held within the forum. The focus of the forum is on the settlements founded more than 500 years ago. Website -