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Festival of ethnocultural centers takes place in Ulan-Ude

11 July 2014 of the year in Buryatia began the final stage of the V interregional festival-review of the activities of the ethnocultural centers of the small indigenous peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East of the Russian Federation

- Carrying out the review is a very important and honorable mission for us. This is the second time this event is being held in Buryatia, - said the Minister of Culture Timur Tsybikov at a press conference on July 11. - We are very happy to host it, because there are not many such events.

Delegations from the 13 regions of Russia arrived in the republic: the republics of Sakha (Yakutia), Tyva, Khakassia, Buryatia, Altai, Trans-Baikal, Kamchatka, Primorye Territories, Leningrad, Amur, Tyumen, Kemerovo Regions, Nenets Autonomous District. These are representatives of the indigenous peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East of the Russian Federation: Evenks, Shors, Soyots, Itelmens, Udege, Tuvans-Todzhins, Veps, Nenets. Delegations from the Oka, Bauntovsky, Zakamensky and Barguzinsky districts take part in the review from Buryatia.

The official opening of the event took place on July 11th. Also on this day, the government of Buryatia hosted the All-Russian scientific and practical conference "Culture and art of the indigenous peoples of the North, Siberia and the Far East: traditions and innovations."

On the 12th of July in the Ethnographic Museum of the Peoples of Transbaikalia it is planned: a gala - a concert of art groups and participants of the festival "Baikal Argish"; exhibition - sale of products of folk art crafts from fur and leather, beads, wood and bone carving; master classes on beading and making women's jewelry; presentation of the Soyot complex "Daglyg Akha", etc.

The final day of the review will be held July 13 on Lake Baikal. There will be discussion platforms, round tables, master classes and final meetings.

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