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Russian Center established in Teheran

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Russian Center established in Teheran


17.04.2017

First Russian Center opened in Tehran, the Islamic Republic of Iran on April 16.

Russkiy Mir Foundation created this center based on the foreign languages department of the Tehran University. Executive Director of the Russkiy Mir Foundation and Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Education Vyacheslav Nikonov took part in the opening ceremony.

International meeting of experts from Russia, India and Iran directed at strengthening of humanitarian ties of the three countries with support from Russkiy Mir Foundation will take place from April 15 until April 17. Russia will be represented by Russkiy Mir Foundation officials, scientific workers from Moscow State University of Foreign Affairs, representatives of the Oriental Institute and National Research Committee BRIKS. Institute for Political and International Studies of Teheran (IPIS) will represent Iran and India will be represented by Observer Research Foundation.

The meeting agenda includes discussions on global changes in geopolitics, questions of mutual collaboration and humanitarian relations.

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