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The Eurasian Women's Forum has come to an end

On the final day, on the sidelines of the Forum, the most important issues of cooperation between the subjects and what regional practices for solving socio-economic problems could be useful were discussed.
Women parliamentarians and politicians from different countries of the world shared their experience in solving these issues. For example, Norway, India, Nicaragua, Gabon and Djibouti.

The topic of cooperation in the field of culture turned out to be no less important. As part of the EWF-2021, the participants told how our country interacts with Italy in this area. The participants talked about joint projects in various fields of art, and most importantly, the realization of women in creative industries.

However, it is not only in the familiar climate that women can apply their professional qualities.
The harsh Arctic is also subject to them, which was proved in the framework of the Women's Dialogue on the Development of the Arctic. The speakers shared their ideas on what infrastructure and industrial projects can be implemented in the Arctic region and what is the role of women in their implementation.

In general, in three days, according to the Chairman of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko, about 90 events took place. As a result of the Forum, a final document was drawn up.

A large block is devoted to the mission of women in achieving peace, harmony, and goodness. It is about the participation of women in politics. Galina Karelova, vice-speaker of the Federation Council, spoke about this in an interview with Vmeste-RF. In addition, the resolution will include measures to support women in all areas. Including in the field of employment, as well as recommendations on measures of social support in the context of the coronavirus pandemic, assistance to entrepreneurs.

As the speaker of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko noted earlier, “The Eurasian Women's Forum is not a one-time event that takes place every three years. This is a constant systematic work aimed at solving problems within the country and developing a women's agenda ”.

We remind you that the video materials of the Forum were published on the YouTube channel
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