In 2021, the organization is registered as a candidate for the UNESCO Peace Prize.
The Secretary General of the Assembly Andrey Belyaninov addressed the participants with an opening speech. He thanked all members of the General Council and members of the Assembly for their effective work in 2021, through which the Assembly was registered as a candidate for the UNESCO Peace Prize.
First Deputy Secretary General - Head of the General Secretariat Svetlana Smirnova spoke about the results of the organization's work. She noted that today it already includes 800 representatives of non-governmental organizations from 45 countries. New bodies have been established - the Supreme Advisory Council and the Media Council. Significant and large-scale projects are being implemented - "Immortal Memory", "Won Together", "Eurasia Kids", etc.
In his speech, Andrey Nazarov expressed his gratitude to the leadership of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly for the comprehensive support of the Assembly Representation in Bashkortostan, noting that the republican division completed last year with good results.
— Today, the Assembly comprises 25 representatives of the largest business associations, trade unions, and public and sports organizations from the Representative Office. “So far we actively work in the capital - Ufa. But we plan to gradually involve the districts and cities of the republic in our work,” - Andrey Nazarov emphasized.
Also last year, the structure of the Representative Office was improved - profile committees were established: for the support and development of industry, for cooperation with Italy and for the development of spiritual culture, literature and art.
Andrey Nazarov noted that the Republic of Bashkortostan is ready to receive an international delegation in 2022 as part of the Days of the Eurasian Peoples' Assembly.
- The organizing committee of this event has already been formed. A lot of preparatory work has been done. We can only determine a specific date and look forward to meeting you in the hospitable land of Bashkortostan,” - he stressed.