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Online meeting in Jordan dedicated to Sergei Yesenin

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Online meeting in Jordan dedicated to Sergei Yesenin


14.10.2020

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An online meeting timed to coincide with the 125th anniversary of the Russian poet Sergei Yesenin was held by the Coordinating Council of Organizations of Russian Compatriots in Jordan. Schoolchildren, teachers and scientists from Jordan, Kazakhstan and Armenia took part in the event, which was included in the program of the Yesenin Week.

The online evening was organized in such a way that all those present were both participants and spectators. Schoolchildren from Kazakhstan prepared speeches about the life of the poet and expressively read his poems. Pupils from Armenia told about the poetry cycle of the poet's "Persian motives" and read the "Shagane, you are my Shagane!" poem.

The Yesenin Week program in Jordan included a conference with the participation of representatives of the Sergei Yesenin Museum in his small homeland, a reading marathon, a concert and other events.

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