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GROZNY, July 18 (Itar-Tass) - Qualitative education plays the key role in the integration of the Caucasian youth, the Public Chamber’s member, Azamat Tlisov, said on Thursday.
Speaking at a two-day international conference devoted to the integration of the Caucasian youth into the Russian and West European space, Tlisov said, “The participants in the conference were unanimous in the key role of qualitative education in the integration of the Caucasian and Russian youth. These are means of territorial mobility for the youth from needy and undereducated families. We cannot resolve integration issues without this factor.”
“The conference allowed us to compare the successful experience of the West European countries and Russian regions and determine the effective instruments of integration,” the official said.
The Council of Europe and the Chechen Ministry for the Youth Affairs were organizers of the conference. Earlier, Chechen Minister for the Youth Affairs Khozh-Baudi Daayev said such event “is the political recognition by the Council of Europe of the positive reforms in the republic”.
The conference involved about 40 guests from foreign countries, including director of the CE department for political affairs Alexander Gessel and former CE Commissioner for Human Rights Alvaro Gil-Robles.