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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,...

20.09.2019 Subject: Education

Russian Center in Budapest has launched the Theater Odyssey in Budapest action in honor of the Year of Theater in Russia. The center visitors can watch Hungarian performances based on Russian novels. Provincial theaters' festival took place in the Tállya theater during the second week of September....

19.09.2019 Subject: Culture

BaltFest Russian youth forum concludes in Valgehobusemäe Ski and Recreation Center near Tallinn on September, 16. About 40 young people took part in the forum. Master classes, discussions on sociological and ecological topics, meetings with interesting people and like-minded friends. Russian Ambassador in Estonia A. Petrov and the head of Tallinn Pushkin Institute and the Russian Center professor A. Krasnoglazov came to informal meeting with participants.  The event was supported by...

19.09.2019 Subject: Culture

The president of Varna Free "Chernorizets Hrabar" University Krasimir Nedyalkov and the rector Pyotr Khristov, awarded the honorary diploma to the executive director of the Russkiy Mir Foundation Vladimir Kochin for his great contribution to the development of Bulgarian-Russian cooperation in the field of education, science and culture. The awarding ceremony took place at the...

26.08.2019 Subject: Education

The 11th International Qualification School called Modern Pedagogical Technologies in Teaching Russian as a Foreign Language has begun working in Varna. The school is held in the anniversary year for the Russian Center. The first Russian center in the Balkans was opened in 2009. The executive director of the Russkiy Mir Foundation Vladimir Kochin congratulated all those present on this day. At the grand opening of the forum, he handed the Foundation's commemorative badge to Professor Anna Nedyalkova, chairman of the Board of trustees of Varna Free University...

20.08.2019 Subject: Array

The 16th conference on Spanish-Russian translation was held at the Faculty of Translation of the University of Granada on July 8. The conference was dedicated to the problems of interpretation and translation in the 21st century. The event was organized by the University of Granada in cooperation with the Moscow State Linguistic...

10.07.2019 Subject: Culture

The opening ceremony of the exhibition of Russian photographer Maxim Balakhovsky “Magic of Kamchatka”, which was provided to the Russian center of Innsbruck by the Consulate General of the Russian Federation in Salzburg, was held in the Claudiana...

28.06.2019 Subject: Culture


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