Youth from "DNR" and "LNR" was refused to participate in Russian Youth forum
Similar refusals received representatives of Transnistria
Representatives of the self-proclaimed "DNR" and "LNR" were refused to participate in the Youth Forum "Tavrida", organized by the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs of the Russian Federation, which will be held in July in the occupied Crimea, writes "Kommersant".
The press service of the forum explained the refusal with high level of competition, though unofficially representatives of the "republics" were told that some partners of "Tavrida" do not want to see them among the participants.
According to the information, similar refusals also have come to all potential participants of the forum from Transnistria.
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