On September 1, Vladimir Putin will hold an open lesson, Talking of What Matters, as part of the Russia – Land of Opportunities platform projects. It will be attended by 30 schoolchildren with outstanding academic achievements and winners of international Olympiads and competitions.
In addition, Vladimir Putin and President of the Kyrgyz Republic Sadyr Japarov will launch, via videoconference, the construction of three Russian-language secondary schools in Bishkek, Batken and Karakol.
The President will also take part, via videoconference, in the opening ceremony of new educational institutions in five regions of the Russian Federation.
The Russia – Land of Opportunities autonomous non-profit organisation was created at Vladimir Putin’s initiative in May 2018. The platform’s mission is to shape Russia’s future by providing opportunities for everyone. It is an open platform for communication between talented and concerned people of all ages and allows school students, experts, entrepreneurs, managers and volunteers to exchange experiences. The Russia – Land of Opportunities Supervisory Board is headed by Vladimir Putin. In the five years it has been operating, the platform has implemented 26 projects, involving 20 million people from all Russian regions and 150 countries. Its partners include over 1,500 companies, universities, and state and civic organisations.