How can the state help young people? Experts from Armenia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Belarus and Ukraine were looking for the answer to this question. Representatives of the Eastern Partnership countries discussed the program of support for young people and got familiar with Belarusian policy in this direction.
In particular, foreign visitors noted the role of the Belarusian Institute for Training and Retraining of Civil Servants and Professionals Working with Young People - the only one in the former Soviet Union.
Inna Litra, Head of Culture, Youth and Sport Department of the Council of the District of the city Floresti (Moldova):
Your republican higher school for training youth, training and retraining of youth professionals is of course the best now from our point of view.
Anar Hasanov, teacher of the Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan:
Youth policy in Belarus is carried out at a very high level. And thus, perhaps, it will be developing in the future. And I believe that you can get 10 out of 10 points in this area!