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AIS finalists to meet in Baku

30 November 2016 [12:15] - TODAY.AZ

By Azernews


By Laman Ismayilova

All finalists of the game 'Azerbaijan's Intellectual Superiority' have been named.

Co-organized by “IRELI” Public Union and the Youth and Sports Ministry, the project aims to develop and back the intellectual movement in the country, assist youth education and reveal talented young people.

The intellectual competitions "What? Where? When?" , "Khamsa", " The Da Vinci Code" and "Know your country" were held as part of project.

The games were organized in the country’s regions, including  Goygol, Guba, Ismayilli, Sheki, Bilasuvar, Lankaran, Mingachevir, Shamkir, Baku and Nakhchivan

The most recent qualifying rounds took place at Lankaran and Sheki regions.

Participants from Lankaran region took the first place in such games as "Find" and "Know your country", while Lerik ranked first in "What? Where? When?".

The Balaken team showed their bests in the game "Know your country".

Meanwhile, the Sheki team gained the victory in the game "Find", while the Gakh team ranked first in "What? Where? When?" intellectual game.

Previously, the qualifying rounds took place in Ismayilli and Sabirabad regions.

As a result, participants from the Agsu region took the first the place in such games as "Find" and "Know your country".

Ismayilli team showed their bests in the game "Khamsa", while the team of Saatli region won in the intellectual competition  "What? Where? When?".  Besides, Neftchala team ranked first in  "Know your country".

All the winners have been qualified for the final round in Baku.

Media partners of the event are Trend.az, Day.Az, Milli.Az, Azernews.az

“IRELI” Public Union is an organization established on the activities of young professionals, and holds an active position in today’s socio-political life of Azerbaijan.

Over 6,000 Azerbaijani youths joined “IRELI” Nationwide Youth Movement and it became one of most active organizations of the country.

The organization pays special attention to the youth in their projects aimed at developing human capital.



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