Vologda’s Governor is taking part in a forum "Healthy Cities, Regions and Settlements" held in St.Petersburg.
The Forum is organized by the Government of St.Petersburg and the Russian National Network Association of Healthy Cities, Regions and Settlements with an active backing of the RF Ministry of Health Care and WHO European Healthy Cities Network.
The participants of the Forum will discuss the following aspects: promotion of the implementation of the Healthy Cities, Regions and Settlements project throughout Russia, effective exchange of experience and best practices.
Making people healthier and developing medical science are rightly among government policy’s top priorities. There is an undisputed need for greater cooperation between the authorities, public organisations and business circles in this area. The Association’s programmes and major projects and initiatives carried out in many different parts of Russia help to educate the public, promote a healthy way of life, and improve the demographic situation. The Russian National Network Association of Healthy Cities, Regions and Settlements also spreads the use of modern effective diagnosis, prevention and treatment methods in medical practice.
Mr. Kuvshinnikov heads the Russian National Network Association of Healthy Cities, Regions and Settlements that comprises 25 municipalities, six of them are located in the Vologda Oblast. The Russian network of Healthy Cities has been operating since 2010. It is clearly visible that the Russian Association of Healthy Cities is active and rapidly growing.
”It is necessary to form Russians' need and responsibility for being healthy, which can only be achieved by common efforts”, Vologda Oblast Governor Oleg Kuvshinnikov pointed out addressing the participants of the Forum.
Delegations from 25 cities-members of the Russian National Network Association of Healthy Cities, Regions and Settlements arrived in St. Petersburg to participate in the Forum. Among foreign guests there are partners from Belarus, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania and Finland.
Today one more new member joined the Association – the city of St. Petersburg. Head of the Association of Healthy Cities, Regions and Settlements Oleg Kuvshinnikov awarded the leadership of St. Petersburg this certificate.
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