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Odesa  >  News  >  Society
International conference Forming Integrated Ideology of the CIS Countries held in Odesa
Apr 11 2011, 10:19

ODESA, APRIL 11th, 2011, CONTEXT-PRICHERNOMORIE The international conference Integrated Strategy of the CIS Countries in Forming Public Relations and Ideology Directed at Developing Statehood, Economy and Civil Experience. Algorithm: SocietyMediaAuthorities within the scope of the International Festival Golden Section was being held in Odesa 89 April, Context-Prichernomorie correspondent reports.

About 50 people participated in the event.

Our todays conference is dedicated to the liberation of Odesa from the Fascist occupants. We have arrived in a large Russian delegation. It includes mass media of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus, Russian politicians. The conferences todays topic is consolidation of the CIS countries. There is a remarkable date this year 20 years since the Soviet Union collapsed. Nevertheless, we remained a single whole. We all can feel, sense it, the Golden Section Chief Ms Marina Mayakova.

We are really hoping to work out a sort of common idea, remember again the heroes of World War II. We might perhaps make certain suggestions together media, Ukrainian and Russian politicians and representatives of non-governmental organizations as to brining up the youth, creating the correct ideology where our victory will stand out, she said.

Festive flower-laying to the Monument to the Unknown Sailor took place within the scope of the conference.

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