Select language:

Time for Moscow conference gathers journalists from all over the world

 / Главная / Russkiy Mir Foundation / News / Time for Moscow conference gathers journalists from all over the world

Time for Moscow conference gathers journalists from all over the world


More than hundred media representatives will participate in It’s Time for Moscow international conference held for the 6th time. Journalists from three dozens countries will arrive to Moscow on July, 24-25, Moscow mayor portal reports. Smart city topic is going to be the center of attention.

Conference participants to discuss perspectives of using informational and communicative technologies for the sake of city life improvement. 

As the metropolitan administration shared, the achievements in the socio-economic development of the city, favorable investment climate improvements and comfortable environment creations to be demonstrated. The participants will discuss how the government supports Russian compatriots who live in other countries. They will also raise the topic on consolidation Russian-language informational space and improving Moscow's image in the world.

Chief editors of major Western media, public activists and Moscow authorities will have speeches during round tables. Outside working hours the guests from abroad will be invited to the central parks and other places of particular interest in the city.

Russkiy Mir

News by subject


2600 international students from 64 countries study today at Tambov State University named after G. R. Derzhavin. The university also facilitates cooperation with more than one hundred universities in Asia, Africa, Europe and America. Professor Tatyana Osadchaya, the TSU Vice-Rector for International Relations and Work with Foreign Students, shares on what helps a regional university to develop the Russian education export program.
On the first day of February, an event dedicated to the world of Soviet children's books was held at the International Institute of Social History (Amsterdam). It was moderated by Ellen Rutten, a specialist in Slavic studies from the University of Amsterdam. Historians, illustrators and collectors of Soviet children's literature, as well as translators of Russian literature shared about the history of children's books, starting with the post-revolutionary times.