Moscow and Vladivostok have received the status of the youth capital of Russia
The status of the "Youth Capital of Russia" went to two cities at once - next year it will be worn by Moscow and Vladivostok. The results of the competition were announced at the international exhibition "Russia" during the ceremony of awarding the youth achievement award "Time of the Young".
Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin commented on the event.
"Thanks to the honorary title, Moscow will become a place of attraction for young people from all over the country for a whole year. We will host significant international and All-Russian events. We are waiting for everyone to visit," the mayor of the capital wrote on Telegram.
As the government of Primorsky Krai announced on its website, the winning city receives the status of "Youth Capital" for one year. At this time, a number of bonuses become available to him, including the opportunity to hold Rosmolodezh events on his territory, major federal events, and receive enhanced grant support for various activities. In addition, an art object or a complex of objects including elements of urban improvement or outdoor leisure will be erected in the youth capital of Russia.
"In 2024, Vladivostok and Moscow will become the flagships of youth activities in the country. Rosmolodezh will hold a number of major federal events. The connection between our cities will become even stronger – the route of the annual "Dream Trip" for schoolchildren will be laid," the words of the governor of Primorye Oleg Kozhemyako are quoted in the message.
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