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Nearly 600 teachers from 58 Russian towns took part in the V Russian Association of Russian Language and Literature Teachers (ROPRYAL) Congress Dynamics of Language and Cultural Processes in Modern Russia. The event was held on October 4-8, 2016 in Kazan under the auspices of the Government of the Republic of Tatarstan and Russkiy Mir Foundation.  

11.10.2016 Rubric: Articles
Subject: RussianLanguage

Mikhail Drozdov, Chairman of the World Coordination Council of Russian Compatriots Abroad told the Russkiy Mir about the first steps of creating the expert society among the Russian-speaking diaspora and about the forthcoming World Compatriots Theme Conference Together with Russia.

07.10.2016 Rubric: Interview
Subject: Diaspora

Russian-Greek relations are now on the rise, which is determined by not only joint history of the two countries, but also by the current geopolitical situation in the European Union. This topic was discussed at the social and political forum of Russian and Greek civil societies in the framework of the Russia-Greece Cross-Year in Moscow.  

06.10.2016 Rubric: Articles

In anticipation of jubilee tenth Russian World Assembly, which is planned to be held in Moscow very soon, we decided to recall all our previous annual meetings. The first Russian World Assembly held on November 3, 2007 at the Intellectual Centre of the Moscow State University, simultaneously became the start of large public work of the Russkiy Mir Foundation.

06.10.2016 Rubric: Articles

Winner of the latest "ReadRussia translation contest Lisa Hayden is a person full of love to people and words. She runs a blog in English named Lizok's Bookshelf, where she tells about new books and any literature related events in Russia. This is how she, a translator and a writer, attracts the English-speaking audience to Russian literature and culture in general.  

04.10.2016 Rubric: Interview
Subject: Culture




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One of the surprises of the summer: the mass of tourists between longtime rivals - Sochi and the Crimea - Crimea chooses

Richter was perhaps the only professional pianist who never taught and who only played what he wanted to and how he wanted to.