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Schoolchildren from Hungary, Serbia and Croatia win Russian language festival

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Schoolchildren from Hungary, Serbia and Croatia win Russian language festival


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Schoolchildren from Hungary, Serbia and Croatia won international Russian language festival. The contest results were announced on the sidelines of the Educational City Moscow International forum, Russian Education portal reports.

Annual international Russian language festival aims to promote Russian language and culture. 

This year, students and teachers from 32 countries have competed in 6 nominations. Apart of Russian language and culture knowlege, participants demonstrated thir talents in fine art, music, dance, theater, and film.

Application process started in February. In June certain amount of students was accepted for the intramural round that was held in August and September. Young participants learning Russian as a second language abroad and in Moscow took part in the contest. 

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