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New international contest for Russian-speaking children and bilinguals launches in Greece

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New international contest for Russian-speaking children and bilinguals launches in Greece


27.07.2019

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The creators of the children's TV program in Russian in Greece COMPAS TV of Thessaloniki have announced the first international online competition called Well, it is nice to be where we are. The committee has already received videos in Russian made by children and teenagers from 6 to 18 years old from Greece, Palestine, Lebanon and Egypt, the website of the Coordination Council of Russian Compatriots in Greece reports.

The organizers of the competition did not put forward strict conditions on the subject of video plots. Young correspondents were asked to talk about the countries they live in, how they spend their summer holidays and what they like to do. Participants used video cameras and smartphones for filming. There are no restrictions on the number of plots from one participant.

Acceptance of applications will last until September 15, the winners will be announced before October 1. The best scenes will be determined by the professional jury and the audience. Plots participating in the contest are posted on the contest page on Facebook. One of the main objectives of the competition, according to the organizers, is to attract the younger generation to preserve and improve the Russian language in collaboration with peers from other countries.

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