16 декабря 2021
DSTU IS AWARDED THE TITLE OF THE BEST UNIVERSITY FOR YOUTH
On December 14, 2021 Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodezh) announced winners in the national competition “Time for Youth”.
“The award shows how many talented, smart and outstanding young people are in Russia. You are changing the world now, establish breakthrough projects and create something new. It is also important that this prize allows us to say “thank you” and appreciate the merits of those who invest themselves in the development of youth” said Maxim Dreval.
The leaders and specialists of the youth policy sphere, youth leaders, teaching staff, authors of inclusive public initiatives were recognized for their many years of work.
- I am absolutely convinced that there is nothing more important for the future of our country than creating conditions for every young person to find and realize their talents. In our president’s speech, we heard more than once that every person is talented, and the task of the government is to help a person to find his talent as quickly as possible, to be able to realize himself, to find his place and way in life. It means that people who are engaged in creating these conditions for young people are doing a very important work. I am sure our country is becoming the country of opportunities, - said the first deputy head of the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation Sergei Kiriyenko.
- It is a great honor and pride for me to be part of the team. This is a huge community of people all over the country - tens of thousands of youth policy workers, representatives of non-commercial organizations, volunteer teams and school communities. I want to thank you for everything you do and I would like to thank all our partners. Together we can do more than separately, - said the head of the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs Ksenia Razuvaeva.
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