Developing communication platforms between interested parties will facilitate the strengthening of Eurasian ties
What could work is the creation of a horizontal cooperation platform for our organizations <...> to coordinate activity related to advancing the greater Eurasian agenda. <...> Creating these dialogue platforms will build trust and strengthen the dialogue between organizations and bodies that we represent today, as well as dialogue with the entire younger generation — Stanislav Krupin, Deputy Chairman, Youth Council, Eurasian Economic Commission.
As an agency, we are ready to dedicate a number of our government programme events to the Eurasian vector <...> (the Forum – Ed.) Professionals of the Russian Federation could become Professionals of Eurasia. We need to work together ideologically and, possibly, with Russian universities, to determine what is of potential interest, which future professions we could involve in the ideology of this forum and turn them into a sort of international bridge with respect to Eurasian cooperation — Anna Polezhaeva, Advisor to the Head, Federal Agency for Ethnic Affairs.
We have ways to search for projects thanks to social networks: everyone sees each other in these global social networks, their mutual friends, etc. That is, we can all see each other, these global leaders. We simply need to understand who is involved in what and invite their projects for implementation in EAEU countries — Roman Chukov, Chairman of the Board, Russian Center for the Promotion of International Initiatives; Assistant to Youth Policy Director, Roscongress Foundation.