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Photo credit: bcri.ru The rectors of thirty leading universities in Indonesia came to Russia for the first time to participate in the Indonesian festival, which will be held in the Krasnaya Presnya park in Moscow from August 2 to 4. The purpose of the visit is to establish contacts with Russian colleagues. Days of...

01.08.2019 Subject: Economics

Photo credit: Flickr/ERIC SALARD The last flight of a Russian airline company from Tbilisi to Sheremetyevo Airport took place today, July, 8, TASS reports. Meanwhile, two Georgian airliners ended flights to Russia on July 7. Note, the opposition started anti-Russian demonstrations in Georgia on June 20....

08.07.2019 Subject: Economics

Photo credit: piter.tv St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) starts on Thursday, June 6, Sankt Peterburg TV channel reports. For three days, representatives of nearly 2000 companies from 75 countries will discuss current issues of the day. Famous politicians, government officials, leading scientists,...

06.06.2019 Subject: Economics

Photo: keepsoft.ru BRICS Pay payment service will link the systems of the member countries of the group and will make it possible to pay for purchase in national currency in any BRICS country, regardless of the currency of the account. The developers are convinced that unified payment service will be independent of...

04.03.2019 Subject: Economics


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Russia Day is celebrated on June 12. 30 years have passed since the signing of the Declaration on State Sovereignty of the RSFSR. This date is especially symbolic on the eve of the constitutional vote. After all, amendments to the Basic Law are not only about social guarantees, the protection of labor rights and the distribution of powers between branches of government. They are also about Russia - about its national interests and values.
Amid coronavirus outbreak, America has been taken over by the Black Lives Matter movement that opposes violence against blacks. In various cities across the country, some protesters line up and march against police arbitrariness chanting the name of the deceased George Floyd, others trash shops and supermarkets, and overthrow monuments; there are also those who curse the rebels from the stands. Members of the Russian-speaking community of the United States have been both witnesses and hostages of this situation. We asked them to comment on current developments.
In May 2020, the Association of Russian Schools in the United States held its first meeting. The association was created by the Coordination Council of Russian Compatriots in the United States, together with the Rossinka cultural and educational center for Russian-speaking families in the Silicon Valley. We talked about the new organization and its goals with the president of Rossinka, the member of the United Nations Corps and United Nations Development Cooperation Council, Natalia Wenson. In 2020, she entered the list of top-100 most influential women in Silicon Valley, according to the Silicon Valley Business Journal.