In Tallinn prepare for carrying out of I Petrovsky AssemblyIn Tallinn has taken place a press - the conference devoted to carrying out of I Petrovsky Assembly of Estonia which will pass 11 - on February, 12th in Tallinn and Narva. This action is spent by public organisations " Fund Petrovsky Assembly of Estonia " and " the Russian House " with the assistance of the World Club of Petersburgers.
Acted on a press - conferences the chairman of the board of the World Club of Petersburgers of Valentine Orlova has told that the purpose of carrying out of Petrovsky Assemblies of Estonia - to contribute in cooperation development, rapprochement of representatives of Estonian and Russian society, activization of patronage of arts and philanthropy.
the Petrovsky Assembly of Estonia will be is spent regularly, in plans for the future - carrying out of the charitable actions directed on development of culture and support of youth initiatives. Since 2006, delivery of awards for the outstanding contribution to development of relations between Estonia and Russia in the field of economy and culture is supposed.
Means which will be collected in 2005 from sponsors from the Russian and Estonian party will go on monument restoration to the lost Petrovsky warriors near Narva and a monument to the lost seamen of a battleship " the Mermaid " in Tallinn.
In the Kadriorgsky palace of Tallinn on February, 12th will pass Charitable Russian ball of Petrovsky Assembly which prepares in the best traditions of balls, beginning from the Petrovsky epoch till these days. The director - the director of ball - the professor of the Moscow State University of Culture and Arts Igor Sklyar, music underneath - ensemble of an orchestra of the Bolshoi theatre under the direction of Leonid Chistjakova.
Among visitors of Assembly - the president of the World Club of Petersburgers, the director of the State Hermitage Michael Piotrovsky, the mayor of Tallinn Tynis Palts, the chairman of city meeting Maret Maripuu, the mayor of Narva Tarmo Tammiste, vitse - the governor of St.-Petersburg Sergey Tarasov, national actors of Russia Igor Dmitrys and Rubina Kalantarjan, representatives of business and political elite of Estonia and Russia.