Alexandra Ochirova: “Protect the Russian Language”

06/06/2020 22:16

On the International Day of the Russian Language and birthday of Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin, the Moscow House of Nationalities organized an online meeting with Alexandra Ochirova, a poet, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador and Deputy Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly.

The meeting was held by a writer, researcher, philosopher, member of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly, Andrei Yavny.

The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly members took part in the meeting; among them were the First Deputy Secretary General - Head of the General Secretariat Svetlana Smirnova, Deputy Head of the General Secretariat for Humanitarian Cooperation Irina Polyakova and Deputy Head of the General Secretariat for International Cooperation Julia Petrova.

Earlier, on April 15, on the International Day of Culture, Alexandra Ochirova initiated a poetic marathon dedicated to Nicholas Roerich. Alexandra Ochirova’s poems will appear daily throughout the year on the YouTube channel. Famous writers, poets, artists, musicians, people of different ages and professions, friends and admirers of the author will recite her poetry. Alexandra Ochirova is the author of many poetry collections and popular songs, the initiator of a number of conceptual ideas related to humanitarian security and preservation of peoples.

During the online meeting the participants told many warm words to Alexandra Ochirova. The poetess and her guests recited Alexandra’s poems, verses by Alexander Pushkin and other poets. In conclusion, Alexandra Ochirova emphasized the role of the Russian language in world history and called on everyone to protect it, as a world heritage.