The head of the Ministry of Youth of Tatarstan called for the introduction of an age limit for guards in children’s camps

According to Suleymanov, about 30 million rubles have been spent on security in children’s camps this year. In addition, the official added that already in 2023, the department, together with the Russian Guard, will step up work in this area even more vigorously. .

On October 14, Moscow will host the Youth Day of the International Forum “Russian Energy Week”

On October 14, 2022, Moscow will host the Youth Day of the International Forum “Russian Energy Week”. Heads of the Ministry of Energy of Russia, industry companies, universities and 1,500 young professionals, students and schoolchildren will take part in the Youth Day. Youth Day of the Russian Energy Week International Forum is the main event … Read more

Youth festival “Artistic Council” in Saransk brought together 12 theaters

– Our city has been hosting the international festival of Russian theaters “Compatriots”, as well as the national festival “Shtatol” for many years, – said Andrey Anisimov, head of the STD of Mordovia. – And this time we decided to show diverse performances staged by the young for the young. Life goes on, the theater … Read more

MP Savelyev sees Russian youth as a bulwark of the country’s future prosperity

According to the parliamentarian, the active involvement of young forces in the social, economic and political life of the country gives Russia a unique opportunity and incentive for dynamic development. The Law “On Youth Policy in the Russian Federation”, adopted five years ago, has rebooted all systems of work with youth, the online edition “Regions … Read more

Amur woman fined for insulting youth

pxhere.com The prosecutor’s office of the Amur region explained the measure of influence on the foul-mouthed resident of Skovorodina. As the department explained, a 29-year-old Amur woman walking along Victory Square in Skovorodino ran into a group of three boys and one girl. Having shown strong antipathy, she burst out in their address with selective … Read more