Rossotrudnichestvo invites young professionals to participate in the New Generation program

Rossotrudnichestvo invites young professionals to participate in the New Generation program

Rossotrudnichestvo Federal Agency invites young professionals from all over the world to become a member of the New Generation program.

This is the youth presidential program of the Russian Federation, carried out since 2011, aimed at creating a sustainable dialogue between the youth of Russia and other countries. It brings together experts from various fields – political science, international relations, the parliamentary system, journalism, science, art and culture. Participants will have the opportunity not only to discover Russia, but also to establish professional contacts and partnerships with colleagues, politicians in the State Duma, the Federation Council, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as representatives of universities and public organizations.

Within the framework of the project, a rich program awaits young professionals – training seminars and discussions with experts, meetings with representatives of scientific and cultural circles, leading news agencies of Russia.

Each year, a thousand young leaders become part of the New Generation program.

Young people from 25 to 35 years old can take part in it. To apply, you must contact the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in the country of residence, fill out a form (ГИПЕРССЫЛКА: and e-mail it to

During their stay in Russia, participants will develop their own ideas for the development of cooperation between countries.

Last year, delegates of the New Generation program visited 15 Russian cities, took part in events such as the International Student Spring Festival of the BRICS and SCO countries, the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, the All-Russian Youth Educational Forum “Tavrida” II International Forum “Development of Parliamentarism”, III Global Forum of Young Diplomats.

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Since June 25, Rossotrudnichestvo has been headed by State Duma deputy, Russian journalist Yevgeny Primakov, grandson of an oriental scientist, Russian Foreign Minister (1996-1998) Yevgeny Primakov.