Yakutia competently and efficiently sets the agenda around work with the population and non-profit public organizations, says Aleksandr Aigistov, President of the Union of Russian NGOs. He arrived in the region to participate in the From dialogue to cooperation Civil Forum.
June 22-23 Yakutsk will host 5th Congress of the public movement "Assembly of the Peoples of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)." The Congress expresses the interests of multiethnic population of the region and promotes the implementation of state national policy in the republic.
Yakutsk resident Gavril Chemokhanov won two gold, four silver and one bronze medal at the National Transplant Games, which were held in Poland. Dialysis patients and those who underwent transplantation of organs take part in these competitions.
The head of Yakutia, Egor Borisov, in an interview with the EastRussia Russian Analytical Digest spoke about the principles on which measures to support the indigenous small-numbered peoples of the North are being based in the region.
Live and Hail, Holy Russia! Festival, dedicated to the Day of Slavic Literature, was held in Yakutia. On behalf of the head and government of Yakutia the audience was congratulated by Deputy Prime Minister Aleksei Dyachkovsky.
Head of Oimyakon Gold Mining Company, Khangalas, Aleksandr Karas signed an agreement with the management of the municipal entity, under which the Company at his own expense to build a new building of the Literary and local History Museum in the village of Tomtor.