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Russian House Association established in Tunisia

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Russian House Association established in Tunisia


18.06.2019


The Russian House Association was established in Tunisia, the website of the World Coordinating Council of Russian Compatriots Organizations reports.

According to Russian Ambassador Sergei Nikolayev, this initiative deserves the highest marks. Diplomat expressed confidence that the activities of compatriots is of great importance. Using the accumulated life experience and knowledge, they strengthen relations between our countries based on friendship and mutual understanding.

Photo credit: Embassy of Russian Federation, Natalia Kupcha

Among the organizers of Russian House are Tunisian citizen Shafika Shamas and two compatriots living in Tunisia, Ekaterina Skorokhodova and Natalia Kupcha. 

Photo credit: Embassy of Russian Federation

The activity of the new organization is aimed at strengthening bilateral ties between Russia and Tunisia in field of economy, culture, trade and education. It is planned that Russian House will hold exhibitions, fairs, business and partner meetings to promote trade between Russia and Tunisia. In addition, it will establish contacts with Russian cultural organizations and chambers of commerce to strengthen Russian partnership with Tunisia.

Russian House will promote the positive image of Russia and popularize Russian language. 

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