Message by the Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly on the Occasion of the International Youth Day

12/08/2020 08:59

On August 12, International Youth Day, Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly, Andrey Belyaninov addressed young people of Eurasia:

“Dear friends, we highly appreciate your ideas and skills, your energy and desire to strengthen peace and friendship on the continent. The Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly strives to create all the necessary opportunities for personal and professional growth, development of creative and intellectual potential of young people. Nowadays, we see the desire of the younger generation to develop a dialogue between the peoples and countries of Eurasia, focusing on creating unique international projects in culture and art, science and education, business and it technologies, innovative solutions and ecology. On behalf of the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly, I wish you self-confidence, success and new victories. The future of Eurasia is in the hands of young people!”

The International Union of Non-governmental Organization “Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly” pays special attention to the development and support of youth projects and initiatives. The organization has Eurasian Youth Assembly (EYA) working on a permanent basis. Its Coordinating Council includes representatives of Serbia, India, Palestine, Turkey, Bulgaria, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan. The focus is on cultural and humanitarian cooperation, as well as the implementation of scientific and educational projects and social initiatives. The Eurasian Youth Assembly is open to cooperation and invites novice specialists, students, and leaders of youth public organizations from the countries of Eurasia to join its team.

Recall that on December 17, 1999, the UN General Assembly supported the recommendation of the World Conference of Ministers Responsible for Youth to proclaim August 12 as International Youth Day. This important date for every young person on the planet is established to draw attention to the problems faced by young people, support the initiatives of young people and promote the development of their creative potential.