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Ulaanbaatar locals are interested in Russian high education

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Ulaanbaatar locals are interested in Russian high education


Mongolian Foreign Ministry doors open day was held in Ulaanbaatar Sükhbaatar Square on September, 17. Foreign diplomatic missions of countries accredited in Mongolia, such as Russia, South Korea, Japan, and others have participated. 

Russia was represented by Ulaanbaatar Railway, Russian Center of Science and Cuylture, branch of the Plekhanov Russian University of Economics and its Russian Center, school at the Russian Embassy in Mongolia.

Participating countries have prepared national dishes for tasting, souvenirs, books, performances of national ensembles and dance groups. Students of the Plekhanov Institute branch and the Russian Center head have presented activities of the college, its school and the Center. Many visitors have shown particular interest in the book exhibition and asked questions on application to Russian universities for Mongolian students. 

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