Indonesian Student Association in Russia Successfully Holds Simultaneous Social Action in Seven Cities in Russia
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VOI NEWS 19.03.2017, 10.00 LOCAL TIME, GMT+7
Indonesian Student Association in Russia (PERMIRA) has succeeded in holding simultaneous social actions in seven cities in Russia namely Irkutsk, Vladivostok, Kazan, Moscow, Arkhangelskm, Rostov, and Saint Petersburg for a week, starting from March 8 to March 13, 2017. According to chairman of the social activity organizer, Azmi Muharrom, recently, in Saint Petersburg, the social action was aimed at promoting Indonesia’s identity as a friendly country.
“This social action was to promote Indonesia’s identity as a friendly country. The action was based on our circumstances as international students abroad who are quite busy with our studies and sometimes forget to look at the orphan children, elderly people or homeless around us. Therefore we are committed to holding simultaneous social action,” he said.
Azmi Muharrom added that this social action was the first and the biggest ever been organized by Indonesian students in Russia. This action was held by giving assistances such as clothing, toiletries, funds, and other assistances to social agency in seven cities in Russia // Rezha/Trs:Dhyka
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