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In Primorye prepare for the All-Russian "Student Spring"

In Primorye, preparations have begun for the All-Russian Student Spring Festival, which in 2015 will be held in the Far East for the first time in its 20-year history. According to the press service of the regional administration, the first meeting of the organizing committee was chaired by Governor Vladimir Miklushevsky.

“Primorsky youth are well known throughout the country. They helped in organizing the most important events for Russia - the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Sochi, the Universiade in Kazan and, of course, the APEC summit, ”the governor said.

"We already have experience in holding major international events that have influenced the development of our country and the whole of the Asia-Pacific region. We are able to receive guests, "added Vladimir Miklushevsky. He stressed the attention of the regional organizing committee that the festival should become not only a student event, an event should become a holiday for the inhabitants of the whole region.

“Russian Student Spring” is the only program in Russia supporting and developing student creativity, consisting of hundreds of higher education institutions, more than 76 regional and 11 interregional festivals, in which more than a million beginners singers, dancers, theatergoers and artists participate. The capital of Primorye will host the festival from 15 to 20 May. It is planned that more than two thousand representatives of talented and initiative youth from all over the country will take part in it.

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