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International Russian Language Week Starts in Sochi

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International Russian Language Week Starts in Sochi


29.11.2016

International Russian Language Week, a project supported by the Russkiy Mir Foundation, has started on 28 November at the Sochi State University.

The events gathered participants – university and high school students, postgraduates, and teachers from China, South Korea, France, Kazahkastan, Donetsk People’s Republic, as well as from the following Russian cities: Moscow, Krasnoyarsk, Kursk, Tver, Chita, Samara, Stavropol, Pyatigorsk, Rostov on Don, and Krasnodar.



















Participants from Spain, Georgia, Belarus, Kazakhstans Almaty and Russias St. Petersburg, Petrozavodsk, Veliky Novgorod, Ivanovo, Voldograd, Saransk, Chelyabinsk, Yekaterinburg, Kemerovo, Novosibirsk, and Surgut will be taking part online.

The II International Youth Research Conference “Russian Verbal and Cogitative Culture: Issues of Comunications Efficiency” has taken place during the first day of the event.

Full program can be found here.

Materials of competitions, publications, online posts are available here.

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