Photo: Christmas card. 1910. Moscow Main Archive
Representatives of many countries of the world took part in the online concert, which ended the second International Festival-TV Bridge “Christmas Unites”. The concert audience watched the creative performances of all participants of the festival, initiated by the city of Bogdanovich, Sverdlovsk region, the website of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly reports.
The final teleconference lasted about three hours, bringing together representatives of the peoples of Eurasia. During the event, representatives of different regions of Russia, Italy, France, Poland, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Armenia and other countries congratulated the participants on Christmas. In comparison with the first festival, the geography of the participants has expanded. The marathon broadcast is available on the YouTube channel of the cultural centre of the city of Bogdanovich.
Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly Andrei Belyaninov, in his welcoming speech to the participants and spectators, noted the uniting role of Christmas and the relevance of the holiday that unites peoples around the world during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dalbir Singh, Co-Chairman of the General Council of the Assembly from India expressed hope that projects aimed at strengthening ties and cooperation between peoples will continue in the new year.