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Russkiy Mir Foundation continues Russian-French-German dialogue on migration matters

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Russkiy Mir Foundation continues Russian-French-German dialogue on migration matters


23.12.2016

On 21 December, the Expert Council of the Presidential Directorate for Protecting Citizens' Constitutional Rights held its annual meeting, reports the official website of the President of Russia. Representatives of the federal authorities, Russian Academy of Education, research institutions, rectors of higher educational institutions, and leading legal experts in the fields of constitutional law, state building and civil law took part in it.

According to experts, the priorities for 2017 are: legal research in the spheres of citizenship, free pardon, and migration matters; holding a constant dialogue between Russian, German and French experts in migration and citizenship matters. The latter is actively dealt with by Institute for linguistic and civilization and migration processes under the Russkiy Mir Foundaion. All the concerned parties are suggested to contribute to the activity carried out by the Russia’s MFA and Institute for linguistic and civilization and migration processes aimed at the building of Russian-French-German expert dialogue.

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