The 19th World Festival of Youth and Students held in October 2017 has become one of the largest in its history.The festival attracted more than 20,000 people between the age of 18 and 35from 150 countries.
Young professionals gathered to share their experience, participate in discussion sessions, cultural and sport events. Representatives from youth social organizations, entrepreneurs, young scientists, university lecturers, engineers, IT specialists, journalists, athletes, cinematographers, and musicians took part in the event.
The opening ceremony of the Festival was held in the arena of the Ice Dome in Sochi. Russian President Vladimir Putin attended the ceremony. Greeting the participants, he said: “The young generation always gives the world innovative ideas. You have the aptitude to experiment, argue. Go for it. Create your own future. Strive to challenge the world and make it better place. There is nothing you cannot do. Just don’t give up and keep going!”
As Russian Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko noticed, the uplifting mood inSochi Olympic Park reminds of Winter Olympics 2014: “Young people have a very full schedule for every day: many discussion boards, a lot of possibilities to learn something new, meet new people, share ideas, take part in sport competitions.”
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