On November 6-8, Mtskheta-Mtianeti region was hosting the EYP session. The event gathered approximately 60 participants. They worked on the current issues on the Europe’s agenda and shared the EYP spirit. Mainly, the session was designed to engage the refugees of the 2008 war in Georgia.
The students were highly inspired by the old building and sightseeing of the old capital of Georgia, Mtskheta (UNESCO world heritage site).
The hard days of work were followed by evening events. On the first day, the delegates had the opportunity to visit Jvari Monastery, located on the top of the heel, overlooking the union of two rivers. The view was a reflection of us – the union of teens of two friendly countries. On the second day the common Committee dinner familiarized Turkish guests with the Georgian cuisine.
After two days of hard work, at the General Assembly (in Tserovani) delegates showed their best in giving speeches, defending their resolutions, attacking others’. At the GA we had the honor to welcome a professor of Tbilisi State University Mr. Dimitri Dolaberidze. His passionate speech about globalization and destination of youth in modern world made the delegates think over their role in the world. The zealous work of delegates and chairs was rewarded, as all the resolutions were successfully passed.
EYP Georgia has doors wide open for the foreign delegates and welcomes them on unforgettable sessions.