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First Russia-Uganda Youth Forum held in Kampala

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First Russia-Uganda Youth Forum held in Kampala


Olga Atubo, Kampala

The first Russia-Uganda Youth Forum was held in Kampala. The forum featured presentations from youth organizations, including representatives from the Federal Agency Rosmolodezh. There was also a video presentation showcasing projects from the Moscow House of Compatriots, along with the presentation of certificates for completing a basic-level Russian language course by two adult groups at the Russian World Cabinet within the Rosinka association of Russian-speaking Women in Uganda.

The event was also attended by Evgeny Kalashnikov of the Russian Embassy in Uganda.

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