Representatives of Turkmenistan for the first time took part in the festival of ethnocultures “Sursky Yar” in the Penza region, reports penza.er.ru
The forum was attended by artisans, masters of folk crafts, authors-performers, creative teams. Representatives of the Penza, Saratov, Tula, Rostov, Nizhny Novgorod regions, as well as the Republic of Mordovia and other regions participated. Participants from Uzbekistan, as well as Turkmen representatives, are also at the festival for the first time.
Penza public and political figure Roman Amstislavsky this year organized a visit to the festival of young people with disabilities, notes www.kommersant.ru.
“I think it is necessary to hold such festivals as often as possible and involve more and more participants in it. I would also like to note the possibility of using “Sursky Yar” for inclusive tourism. Today, the Penza region is one of the leaders in the number and quality of places, which we can say is the territory of equal opportunities.”
The festival, organized by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the Penza Region, the Moksha District branch of the Russian Geographical Society and the Juno Holiday Center, is held annually.