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Russian Center to be established in San José, capital city of Costa Rica

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Russian Center to be established in San José, capital city of Costa Rica


16.11.2016

On 14 November, the Russkiy Mir Foundation and Costa Rica Trade and Tourism Chamber signed a cooperation agreement. The document was signed by Executive Director of the Russkiy Mir Foundation Vladimir Kochin and President of the Costa Rica Trade and Tourism Chamber Ernesto Jimenez.

The agreement is focused on the establishment of a Russian Center in San José and the support of teaching Russian provided by the Costa Rikan Academy of the Russian language and culture founded with the support of the Chamber in 2015.

It is to be recalled that a delegation of the Russkiy Mir Foundation has paid working visits to a number of Central American countries, including Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Cuba. During the trip to Nicaragua an agreement on the establishment of a Russian Center at the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua was reached.

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