28.08.2018 15:02

50 volunteers with knowledge of foreign languages will accompany international journalists

50 volunteers with knowledge of foreign languages will accompany journalists from international publications who will come to the Kyrgyz Republic to cover the III World Nomad Games.

Today, on August 28, Deputy Minister of Culture, Information and Tourism Ainura Temirbekova met with volunteers and talked about the main tasks assigned to young people.

«We are grateful for your willingness to participate in the III World Nomad Games. We have an important task to meet international guests warmly and to show our traditional hospitality, to acquaint them with the centuries-old culture of nomads, to acquaint them with Kyrgyzstan, with its rich history, cultural heritage and friendly people», - said Ainura Temirbekova.

During the meeting with the volunteers, representatives of the Media and PR Working Group instructed the volunteers about the features of the meeting of foreign journalists at the airport, introduced them to a special brochure for journalists in three languages (Kyrgyz, Russian, English), which provides information about Kyrgyzstan, about the history, philosophy of the World Nomad Games, as well as about national traditions and customs, games of nomadic peoples, innovations in the III WNG. In addition, volunteers were given a memo on working with the media.

Note that the selected 50 volunteers are representatives of higher educational institutions of the Kyrgyz Republic, they speak English, German, Turkish, Arabic, Korean etc.

The tasks of the volunteers will be the meeting of foreign mass media representatives at the international airport Manas, escort to the hotels, as well as further escort of journalists in the venues of the III VIC events

(for example, assistance in finding speakers for interviews and, if necessary, translation during the interview itself, etc.).

The same detailed briefing, but already on ground was carried out by the staff of the airport "Manas". They conducted volunteers on the so-called "sterile" zone, along the entire route of passing foreign guests, showed where and how they would pass control and registration.