The name of the project I attended was “Peace at war”. In my opinion, in the present time when most of the conflict situations are happening in small countries and big countries are fighting with each other who will control more developing countries, it is very necessary to carry out such projects. so that the youth of the conflicting countries can get to know each other, share the history of their countries, where it all started and what their government is contributing to end this conflict. to eliminate.
Personally, before I attended this project, I thought that Georgia was the only country whose entire history was built on wars and that we were the only ones in a situation where we had to compete with two big countries (such as Turkey and Russia in the case of Georgia), but as I learned with the help of this project, many countries are in the same situation and I was very happy to talk with young people who know how much evil war brings to countries and how it hinders their development.
Regarding Lithuania and Erasmus+ projects, this was my first trip to Lithuania and I am very impressed with the society there. Lithuanian youth and project leaders tried their best to make us feel comfortable like at our home. I would like to mention that the project was very well planned and the leaders were close to the problems of all the participants and tried to support us as much as possible. the fact. I am very glad that Erasmus+ gave young people the opportunity to get to know another country’s culture, people, traditions and customs, and I hope that this was not my last visit to Lithuania or an Erasmus+ project.
Best wishes from Georgia!