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Russian language week takes place in Hungary

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Russian language week takes place in Hungary


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A Week of the Russian language is being held in Hungary, the Russian Education website reports. It is included in the program of educational expeditions organized with the assistance of the Ministry of Education.

The locations of the events are aimed at promoting the Russian language and popularizing Russian culture covers four cities: Pecs, Szeged, Ocha and Budapest.

Everyone interested in Russia, its traditions, history and culture are welcome to participate. The forum is organized for adults and children as well, adolescents and youth. The representatives of organizations of compatriots, expert and professional communities are also among the guests.

As Russkiy Mir reported, routes of international educational expeditions pass through the territory of nine European countries. They go through France, Estonia, Belarus, Latvia, Hungary, Poland, Lithuania, Bulgaria and Austria.

The main task of the large-scale event, organized by the Ministry of Education, is to increase motivation to study the Russian language, develop the popularity of Russian literature, promote Russian culture and strengthen the position of Russian education. Another important goal will be the advanced training of teachers of the Russian language.

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