UNESCO comes out for youth's active participation in the preservation of monuments of the world culture, Amir Bilyalitdinov, a representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry's Committee for UNESCO, said, following the roundtable, which was held in Suzdal (a historic centre to the north-east of Moscow) as part of the "New Names" international summer art school. It was devoted to youth's participation in the preservation of spiritual and cultural monuments of the world culture. According to Amir Bilyalitdinov, the "New Names" international summer art school is a bright example of young people's care for the preservation of cultural traditions of their country.
The experience, accumulated by the "New Names" international charitable foundation, is unique and should be used by other youth organisations all over the world.
Creative activity is impossible without understanding of national spiritual values. The "New Names" school not only preserves its traditions, but also maintains cultural relations with many countries, he stressed.