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Russian center in Belgrade celebrates 10 years

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Russian center in Belgrade celebrates 10 years


21.10.2019


Russian center in the oldest Serbian institution – University of Belgrade - celebrates 10 years anniversary. «Russian Centerv opening in one of the leading Serbian universities is a sign of mutual cooperation between our peoples,” says the congratulatory message of the Russkiy Mir Foundation Deputy director Vladimir Kochin.

Largely because of active and creative work of the center leader Boyana Sabo Russian center Russian Center in Belgrade has became one of the most important in Belgrade. Not only Russian language lessons, but also Russian culture and festive events, conferences and meetings with public personalities are held here.

Russian Center organises summer educational schools including those dedicated to Russian immigration in Serbia.

Students actively take part in all events oraganised by the Russkiy Mir Foundation, including Friends, Our Union is Beautiful! Festival. Third Student RSL Festival that was held at the Russian center was a real celebration of friendship, youth and beauty and knowledge for young representatives from 30 countries.

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