Parliamentarians Discussed Role of Youth in Preserving CIS Cultural Heritage
10 June 2022
The 18th meeting of the CIS Youth Interparliamentary Assembly took place today at the Tavricheskiy Palace, the IPA CIS headquarters. The event was focused on the role of Commonwealth youth in the preservation of cultural heritage and the development of folk art.
The meeting brought together the young parliamentary delegations from the Azerbaijan Republic, the Republic of Armenia, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Russian Federation, the Republic of Tajikistan, the Republic of Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan.
Secretary General of the IPA CIS Council Dmitriy Kobitskiy delivered a welcoming speech to the participants and emphasized the importance of the topic.
The participants discussed the promotion and preservation of cultural heritage and the measures of state support for youth in their respective countries, emphasized the importance of youth diplomacy. They also told about the main projects in the field of patriotic, spiritual, and moral education and other major projects in the field of youth policy.
The young MPs were briefed on the development of the Recommendations on Improving the National Legislations of the CIS Member Nations on State Youth Policy.
The final meeting of the CIS Youth Interparliamentary Forum “Young parliamentarians —Looking into the Future of the Commonwealth” was held at the end of the YIPA CIS plenary session. The speakers of the forum round tables reported on the outcomes of the discussions, which was followed by the adoption of a final resolution. This document will be distributed to the CIS national parliaments, the CIS Executive Committee, executive authorities, and youth policy management bodies.