Valentina Matvienko Summed Up the Results of the Second EWF
Russia became a platform for promoting women’s agenda
The Organising Committee of the Second Eurasian Women’s Forum had a meeting in Moscow. There they summed up the results of the recent event. Valentina Matvienko, Chairperson of the Federation Council, highly evaluated the level of holding the forum and expressed gratitude to all those who participated in its organisation.
The Second EWF held over 40 discussion platforms. Its participants visited various exhibitions, workshops, business breakfasts, and other interactive events. They also enjoyed intense cultural programme. Valentina Matvienko highlighted St. Petersburg’s guests were excited with what was happening around while striving to attend all the platforms possible. She mentioned: “We have been receiving loads of enthusiastic reviews and kind remarks on the event held. They come from individual participants and various organisations, including international ones”.
According to Ms. Matvienko, the platforms of the Second EWF were carried out perfectly. The credit for this goes to the large close-knit team established throughout the Forum’s elaboration. The Chairperson of the Federation Council expressed her gratitude to everyone who participated in the event’s organisation and conduct. She also presented those people with Certificates of Merit. Valentina Matvienko highlighted the work of the news agency of the Eurasian Women’s Community as well, mentioning the website will continue developing.
The Second EWF is over. However, the work continues. The event held gave an impetus for maintaining vibrant actions of women’s empowerment in Russia.
Moreover, according to Ms. Matvienko, now is the time to begin preparing the Global Women’s Forum planned for 2021.
The event moved beyond the Eurasian format and turned out truly global. Valentina Matvienko hoped that the Third Forum would move to a new level while bringing its participants even more positive emotions.
Anna Repina, news agency of the Eurasian Women’s Community
Translated by Nikolay Boykov