The International Federation for Journalists and Writers (FIJET) organize a Congress in Moscow for the first time. The Russian capital will host the event from September 22 to 27. Over 150 participants from 30 countries are expected to attend it.
The programme of the Congress contains several seminars on the latest trends in domestic and international tourism. All participants will have a chance to take place in an unique sightseeing tours, visit the Moscow Kremlin and its unique architectural ensemble, the Cathedral of Christ the Savior and the opening ceremony of the Circle of Light international multimedia festival.
The FIJET Congress was organized with the support of the Department of National Policy, Inter-Regional Relations and Tourism of the city of Moscow.
Back in 2015, Moscow was awarded the FIJET Golden Apple award, which recognizes “superior efforts in promoting and raising the level of tourism.” The Golden Apple has been presented annually since 1970 to an organization, city, country, local destination, object or person for outstanding contribution to the promotion and development of tourism.
FIJET was established in 1954 in Paris. Since 1968, Soviet and, later Russian, journalists have been participating in the organization. Today the group has more than 800 members representing 30 countries around the Globe.
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