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Promotion of Russian language discussed at Days of Moscow in Belgium and Luxembourg

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Promotion of Russian language discussed at Days of Moscow in Belgium and Luxembourg


Days of Moscow are starting today in Belgium and Luxembourg. Their agenda includes round tables to discuss current questions of interaction of the Russian capital and the Russian-language society, according to the website of Moscow’s House of Compatriots. 

Representatives of organizations of the Russian compatriots, diplomats and employees of Moscow administration will talk over the issues of the Russian language promotion and studying, development of the Russian culture abroad and cultural exchanges, preservation of the historical memory and development of the mass media sources. Round tables will be arranged in the capital city of Belgium and in Luxembourg.

Besides, there will be economic conferences dedicated to the issues of the city infrastructure development.

The church ornaments will be passed over to the Orthodox cathedrals in Brussels, Antwerp and Luxembourg at the Days of Moscow. The chess fans will have a chance to play with Russian grand master Anatoly Karpov and stamp collectors will be able to attend the stamps’ exhibition timed with 200th anniversary of Russian writer Ivan Turgenev. There will be an opportunity to watch records of Moscow theatres’ stagings and performances of Moscow’s artistic groups.

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