Baku, April 18, AZERTAC
An international Youth Forum: Creativity and Heritage along the Silk Road has kicked off in China.
Supported by UNESCO and the Chinese National Commission for UNESCO, the event brings together youth from over 60 qualifying Silk Roads countries, advocates and protectors of their tangible and intangible cultural heritage, including Azerbaijan.
The six-day forum is taking place in Changsha and Quanzhou. A combination of plenary lectures, workshops and field experiences aim to give future leaders and decision-makers new opportunities to learn and work together for a peaceful and sustainable future.