The message reads, in part:
“It is very good that your forum has achieved broad popularity over the past years and that its programme has been complemented with new interesting ideas, concepts and initiatives. Energetic, creative and inspired young people from across Russia have met again in the ancient Vladimir land.
Students, young researchers, teachers and social activists attending the forum will be able to assert themselves here, demonstrate their professional potential, find new associates and like-minded people, and discuss possible joint plans and projects in various spheres.
I am confident that the forum’s rich agenda and the excellent conditions created here for business and friendly communication can lead to the development of ambitious, truly innovative solutions, which will be implemented in the future.”
The Terra Scientia on Klyazma River National Educational Youth Forum was first held in the Vladimir Region in 2015 for young people aged 18 to 30 from Russia and other countries. In 2018, some 6,000 people will attend the forum’s six themed sessions to be held between June 27 and August 12.