Спорт не должен быть средством какой-либо дискриминации или манипулирования, заявил министр спорта России Олег Матыцин на заседании президиума восьмой сессии конференции сторон Международной конвенции о борьбе с допингом в спорте.View More “Спорт не должен быть средством дискриминации”: Олег Матыцин — о допинге
Редакция «Вестника Комиссии Российской Федерации по делам ЮНЕСКО» желает своим читателям счастливого Нового года и Рождества!
В первую очередь хотим поздравить госпожу Одре Азуле с переизбранием на высокий и ответственный пост Генерального директора ЮНЕСКО.
A celebration took place in Paris on
October 25, 2021, to mark the occasion
of the 100th anniversary of Amadou-Mahtar M’Bow, the former Director-General
of UNESCO; a professor who determined the fate of the Organization for 13 years.
The 32nd session of the General Assembly of the International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property (ICCROM) was held online on October 27–28, 2021.View More The 32nd Session of the ICCROM General Assembly: Results and Plans
The Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve occupies a unique place on the map of the Republic of Belarus and Europe as a whole. This wild landscape is home to the five “Great European” big mammals: elk, bison, bear, wolf, and lynx. These animals thrive within the reserve’s untouched forests, long rivers, vast meadows, and endless marshes.View More The Berezinskiy Biosphere Reserve
We send our anniversary congratulations to PhosAgro, UNESCO’s long-term partner in major environmental projects, including in the development and introduction of materials and technologies that reduce environmental impact.View More PhosAgro: 20 Years of Sustainable Development
Many centuries ago, the great city of Balasagun sat on a caravan road that connected China, India, Central Asia, the Middle East, and Europe. The capital of the Karakhanid Empire, Balasagun was inhabited throughout the 10–14th centuries. Today, the ancient city is located in the Chuy valley of modern-day Kyrgyzstan, near Tokmak city.View More Balasagun Town (Burana)
The beautifully-named city of Nakhodka sits in the south of the Russian Far East. Visit once and you will want to come back again and again to enjoy the beauty of the bay, the “Brat and Sestra” hills, and the feeling of standing at the edge of the earth.View More The Monument to Alexander Boltin
Peter the Great first introduced Russia to the tradition of celebrating the New Year on the night of December 31. However, New Year’s festivities became particularly popular in Soviet times. That’s when traditional New Year’s foods began appearing on the dinner table, adding to the special festive atmosphere.View More When the Clock Strikes 12
Thanks to Russian craftsmen from the village of Zhostovo near Moscow, metal trays painted with floral patterns have been transformed from everyday objects into real works of decorative and applied art. Millions of trays have been painted over the past 200 years, yet no two are alike.View More A Blooming Craft