Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Russia)

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Federal Agency for Youth Affairs
Федеральное агентство по делам молодёжи (Росмолодёжь)
Emblem of the Federal Service for Youth Affairs
Agency overview
Formed2008
HeadquartersMoscow, Bolshoy Trekhsvyatitelsky lane, 2/1s2
Agency executive
  • Ksenia Razuvaeva[1]
WebsiteFadm.gov.ru

The Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (Rosmolodyozh; Russian: Федеральное агентство по делам молодёжи (Росмолодёжь), romanizedFederal'naya agentstvo po delam molodyozhi) is a federal agency executive power in Russia, performing functions for the provision of public services and management of state property in the field of youth policy, implementation, in cooperation with public organizations and movements representing the interests of young people, activities aimed at ensuring a healthy lifestyle for young people, moral and patriotic education and the realization by young people of their professional opportunities.[2]

It was formed in 2008 as an independent agency functioning as part of the government of Russia.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Мишустин назначил главой Росмолодежи Ксению Разуваеву" [Mishustin (Prime Minister of Russia) appointed Ksenia Razuvaeva to head the Federal Agency for Youth Affairs (17/05/2021)]. Rossiyskaya Gazeta. Retrieved 17 May 2021.
  2. ^ "Постановление Правительства Российской Федерации от 29.05.2008 года № 409 "О Федеральном агентстве по делам молодёжи"" (in Russian).

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