The message reads, in part:
“Proyektoriya is rightly considered one of this country’s most important educational formats with a good track record. As an opening event to the National Week of Children’s Project Initiatives, it kicks off meaningful work in the 2022–2023 academic year, and, what is most important, enables children to try their hand at various activities, including volunteering and sports, research and high technologies, journalism and entrepreneurship, and more.
Your current meeting is attended by over 400 secondary school students – upper-formers, who are not only making good progress in their studies and acquiring new knowledge, but also seeking to apply their skills in practice and make a personal contribution to the development of their town or village, their region, and the entire country. And, of course, it is gratifying that teachers and tutors, who support children with their advice and help them to implement their plans, are attending the forum.
I am confident that the forum will be held at a proper organisational level and that the best projects submitted by Proyektoriya participants will certainly be implemented with support from the recently created Russian Children’s and Youth Movement.”