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Ludmila Verbitskaya receives Duslyk Order

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Ludmila Verbitskaya receives Duslyk Order


05.10.2016

Ludmila Verbitskaya, Chairperson of the Board of Trustees of the Russkiy Mir Foundation, President of the Russian Association of the Teachers of Russian Language and Literuture (ROPRYAL) and of the Russian Academy of Education, has reveied a Duslyk Order. The State award of the Republic of Tatarstan was awarded at the V ROPRYAL Congress on 5 October in Kazan by Rustam Minnikhanov, President of the Republic.

The Duslyk Order is being awarded for the achievements in promoting frendship and cooperation between Tatarstan and foreign states and other subjects of the Russian Federation, as well as for strengthening social and cultural links.

In September 2016, Lumbila Verbitskaya has received an Order "For Merit to the Fatherland" (I class) from Vladimir Putin; in June, she was awarded the Order of the Cross of [St.] Most Reverend [Princess] Euphrosinia of Polatsk (II class).

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