They live in different parts of the world, but the longing for their parents’ homeland brings them to Moldova. About 100 diaspora children have come for a summer camp in Moldova, which is organized yearly.
The teenagers say they always hold it dear to come to the places close to their soul. The ones being for the first time in the summer camp say they have emotions and want to make new friends.
The Dor camp will host 100 adolescents this summer, aged 12-17, from 15 countries.
"The composer Eugen Doga will come to the summer camp for the first time. We have creative, interesting and interactive workshops," said program coordinator Mariana Roşca.
The parents say the Dor cacmp is the place for their kids to get to know their homeland.