Global Presence of Russian Schools 06.12.2023258 million people in the world speak Russian: 146 million in the Russian Federation and 112 million abroad. But the situation is not static. Somewhere Russian language is "abolished" along with Russian culture. Somewhere, on the contrary, it is in demand. The number of Russian schools is growing in Uzbekistan, some Russian classes have been opened in Laos after a 30-year break, Tajikistan has a high request on our teachers.
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Russia film club opens in Sofia
TV Russia has opened the film club at the Rossotrudnichestvo mission in Sofia, TASS reports. The opening ceremony was timed with 80th birthday anniveгsary of Vladimir Vysotsky. The porogram included the screening of Soviet five-part television mini-series The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed (restored version) with Vladimir Vysotsky as detective Gleb Zheglov, one of the most important his roles as the actor.The screening of Soviet five-part television mini-series The Meeting Place Cannot Be Changed (restored version) with Vladimir Vysotsky as detective Gleb Zheglov, one of the most important his roles as the actor.
As we informed before, Russian singer-songwriter, poet, actor would have turned 80 on January 25.
According to the head of Rossotrudnichestvo Pavel Zhuravlev, this first-of-a-kind project will demonstrate more than 150 TV Channel shows, including documentary film and features in the close future. TV Russia director general Anton Zlatopolsky has commented that film club opening opens a new page in .relations between Russia and Bulgaria.
Innaguration's guests saw some interesting photographs of Vladimir Vysotsky. Although he has never been in Bulgaria, there are many his fans.
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