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MOSCOW, September 26 (Itar-Tass) — Healthcare and youth policy will be in the focus of the Russian Social Forum to open in Moscow on September 29-30.
The forum is organised by the Russian Public Chamber and the Russian Healthcare and Social Development Ministry.
According to the Public Chamber, within the forum round-table meetings, plenary sessions, conferences and discussions will take place. The forum will be attended by Russian Vice Prime Minister Alexander Zhukov, Healthcare and Social Development Minister Tatyana Golikova, Economic Development Minister Elvira Nabiullina, Regional Development Minister Viktor Basargin, Minister of Sports, Tourism and Youth Policy Vitaly Mutko, as well as members of the Public Chamber and representatives of non-governmental organisations.
The participants in the forum will discuss social partnership between the state, business and non-commercial organisations, modernisation of healthcare and others. The key task of the forum is to strengthen a common social space and work out effective approaches towards modernising social welfare.