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Russia prepares for World Youth Festival in Sochi

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KABUL – The World Youth Festival, one of the most anticipated international youth gatherings, has officially opened its registration doors for an unforgettable week of inspiration, learning, and cultural exchange.

Themed “Let’s start the future together,” the World Youth Festival beckons to young leaders worldwide, spanning the ages of 14 to 35. This year’s event promises to be extraordinary, taking place from March 1 to March 7, 2024, at the prestigious Sirius Federal Territory, located within the Sochi Olympic Park in Russia.

A unique feature of this year’s festival is the inclusion of teenagers aged 14-17, who will join their older counterparts in celebrating youth leadership and innovation. This initiative sees 500 young participants from Russia and another 500 from abroad coming together for a truly intergenerational experience.

The World Youth Festival is promising to offer an exceptional platform for youth to connect with dynamic individuals from diverse corners of the globe, fostering international friendships that can last a lifetime, gain invaluable insights from experts and leaders in various fields, including politics, culture, sports, education, and many more, making it an unparalleled opportunity for personal and professional growth, and become a part of the world’s most progressive youth community dedicated to positive change, where ideas are exchanged and collaborations are forged to shape a brighter future.

The World Youth Festival is an annual international event that brings together young leaders from around the world to share ideas, inspire one another, and foster positive change. It provides a unique platform for networking, learning, and collaboration among youth in various fields, contributing to a brighter and more inclusive future.

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