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Experience of Karelia in building the society of peace and consent was presented in Yaroslavl area

Representatives of the Ministry on National Politics and Relations with Religious Associations of the Republic of Karelia have taken part in the inter-regional seminar Harmonization of Interethnic Relations and Preventive Maintenance of Interethnic Conflicts, held in Pereslavl-Zalessky of Yaroslavl area.

The seminar was organized by the Center of interethnic cooperation of Moscow.

Heads and experts of bodies of government, of Yaroslavl, Vologda areas, St.Petersburg, Smolensk, Nizhni Novgorod, and Moscow participated in the seminar. Subjects have been presented by officers of law enforcement bodies, heads of national public associations.

Issues of formation of society of peace and consent in regions, preventive maintenance of interethnic conflicts have been discussed during the seminar, schemes of cooperation of all subjects, preventive maintenance of extremism when national conflicts occur were developed.

Meetings at the seminar had a form of training where every participant could state his position, share operational experience, receive interesting information on projects and programs in the field of national policy in territories of subjects of the Russian Federation.

Ministry on National Politics and Relations with Religious Associations of the Republic of Karelia presented experience of implementation of the Karelia, the Territory of Consent regional target program which supports projects and programs of national public associations and national and cultural autonomies, religious and youth public associations in the field of welfare adaptation of migrants, preventive maintenance of extremism, spiritual and moral education of the population, ethnocultural development of the peoples.

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