The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly held an expanded meeting of the General Council in the Civic Chamber of the Russian Federation in Moscow.
Those who work closely with the International Organization and promote its activities discussed the results of the Assembly’s activities in 2019. For two days, experts talked about the successes of the Assembly and about its development. They looked to the future and outlined new goals for the coming 2020 year.
One of the most important issues was the organization and holding of the Eurasian Games “EURASIADA”. This unique sporting event will take place in 2025 in the Republic of Bashkortostan. The program will include both Olympic and national sports.
“The Bashkortostan leadership met us and proposed the region as a venue for this sporting event. Now the main task is to bring this idea to the international level. The Ufa infrastructure is very developed and almost ready for the event of such a level. These games will be beyond politics and all sanctions. They will be fair, objective.”- said Andrei Belyaninov, Secretary General of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly.
The conference discussed economic, youth, humanitarian and, of course, information development strategies. Alexander Lebedev, the Head of the Big Asia Media resource told the participants about the coverage of the most important events of an international organization in press.
The joint work of the Media Group and the Eurasian Peoples’ Assembly has been going on for more than two years. International Peace Day Reception, signing of the cooperation agreements between the Assembly and the Republic of Bashkortostan, the Assembly and the Georgian Euro-Asian Alliance were aired, as well as materials on a new vector of Eurasian cooperation were published on the website. Andrei Belyaninov thanked the journalists of the TV channel and website for their professional work.
“We have a completely unanimous view of information cooperation in the Asian-European direction,” said Alexander Lebedev, Director General of the Big Asia TV Channel. “Together with the Assembly, we want that information on the key agenda from Asia comes to us. Together with the Assembly, we created a platform - a television channel and the Big Asia website. I am sure that the events that are held in a similar format are another step towards the development of information cooperation”.
The expanded meeting of the Assembly’s General Council has become a platform uniting long-standing partners of the organization and those who are only declaring themselves. The Eurasian Peoples' Assembly is actively involved in expanding cooperation with representatives of different countries and structures. Experts analyze projects and activities that are aimed at developing cultural, humanitarian and economic cooperation, interethnic and interreligious dialogue, business partnerships, establishing new business contacts and exchanging experience.
“Now is the time of integration,” said Oleg Demekhov, President of the SINO-RUS Association. - This is already accepted and understood by many countries, including China. Therefore, integration processes are important right now”.
As part of the business meeting, representatives of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly concluded several cooperation agreements: with the Eurasian Creative Guild of London, the Russian-French Economic Chamber and the African Publishing House.
Resource: Big Asia