December 7, a plenary part of the expanded meeting of the Executive Committee of the World Congress of Tatars took place at the National cultural center Kazan.
Aide to Tatarstan President, Radik Gimatdinov, on behalf of Rustam Minnikhanov welcomed Board members, representatives of Tatar organizations from Russian regions and foreign countries, the invited guests. In his speech he stressed the importance of consolidating of Tatarstan and the Tatar world.
A report was delivered by chairman of the WCT Executive Committee Rinat Zakirov on results of the work for 2013 and plans for 2014, as well as analysis of the problems facing the Tatar nation, its national priorities.
Then, a very constructive discussion took place. The statements contained concrete proposals, analysis of gaps and deficiencies in Tatar organizations. We can assume that after this meeting Tatar national elite received many topics for reflection that will determine direction of motion and further progressing.
Speeches by chairman Farid Gibatdinov, NCAT of Chuvashia, chairman of the Ulyanovsk region, NCAT Ramis Safin, deputy chairman of the Congress of Tatars of Urals Faviya Safiullina, WCT member Fauziya Bayramova, Professor of Wisconsin University (USA) Yulai Schamiloglu, chairman of NCAT of Orenburg region Ruslan Zabirov, chairman of the World Forum of Tatar Youth Tabris Yarullin, head of the WCT Kazan branch Farida Miftakhova and others caused interest among meeting participants.
During the plenary session a presentation of the new website design of Tatar Congress took place. Head of information-analytical department of the WCT Executive Committee Gulnaz Shaikhi talked about the new opportunities that would be available for visitors.
Chairmen of the committees reported on the work of previous meetings yesterday, read out the resolutions adopted there.
At the end of the meeting, the awards of Tatarstan and the WCT were delivered to the best activists of Tatar organizations.
Work of expanded meeting of the Executive Committee of the World Tatar Congress has adopted a resolution.