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In Khabarovsk, chose the best craftsmen

In the Khabarovsk Territory, the 10th regional competition of products of ethnic decorative and applied art (DPI) "Crafts of the Land of Dersu" has ended, the correspondent reports. APR PRESS with reference to the regional press service.

The creative competition was held as part of the celebration of the International Day of the World's Indigenous People. The award ceremony was conducted by Deputy Prime Minister - Minister of Natural Resources of the Territory Vasily Shikhalev. This year, 15 craftsmen of DPI from among the indigenous small-numbered peoples of the Tuguro-Chumikansky, Ayano-Maisky, Komsomolsky, Nanaysky, Okhotsky, Solnechny, Ulchsky, Nikolaevsky regions, Komsomolsk-on-Amur demonstrated their skills. To participate in the competition, more than 50 decorative items made of wood, birch bark, fur, leather, stone and other materials, as well as national costumes and carpets, were made and presented to the commission.

“Annual practice shows that this competition is in great demand among the representatives of the indigenous peoples of our region. It is gratifying that the works of young masters are increasingly participating in it. At the same time, such events should be organized not only in Khabarovsk, but also in remote areas. We will work on this, ”said Vasily Shikhalev.

The organizer of the competition "Crafts of the Land of Dersu" is the Ministry of Natural Resources of the region. The purpose of the event is to preserve and popularize the products of traditional crafts and crafts of the indigenous peoples living in the region.

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