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Winter Exhibition has opened at MoRA Museum of Russian ART in New Jersey, US. Contemporary Soviet and Russian artists, most of them from the third wave of immigration presented their works at the opening reception that took place on December, 2. ArtTeamB, Isabella Glaz, Vitaliy Gonikman,...

03.12.2017 Subject: Array

Conference of International Association of Russian Language and Literature Teachers (CIARLLT) has started today June 15th in the Chinese capital. The central topic of the conference is challenges connected to preparation of specialists for international infrastructure projects. Professors and specialists of Russian and Chinese Higher Educational Institutions preparing translators, engineers and economists are among the...

16.06.2017
Rubric: Foundation news
Subject: Diaspora

The resident of St. Petersburg Sergey Lukyanov reached the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro, covering thousands of kilometers by foot. It took him 22 months to walk through 21 countries. According to 60-year-old athlete, he had to spend around one million rubles to realise his dream.  ...

06.02.2017 Subject: Diaspora

The leaders of Poland, Baltic countries as well as Sweden and Denmark snipe at Russian policy. This was claimed by European MP from Latvia, Tatiana Zdanoka, RIA “Novosti” reports. She stressed that it is those countries who try to impose anti-Russian language on the other EU members, such as France, Germany and Greece in particular, who have a long standing friendly relationship with Russia. ...

13.08.2015 Subject: Diaspora

On August 27 in Brussels, deputies from the party For Human Rights in United Latvia and the president of the European Russian Alliance of Russian, Tatiana Zhdanok, held an extraordinary meeting of the European Russian Forum’s organizing committee. The meeting was attended by Konstantin Makarenko, administrative secretary of the forum, and Archpriest Antony Ilin, executive secretary of the Forum and European representative of the Russkiy Mir Foundation. The committee approved the topic for the Second European Russian Forum – The European Union and...

28.08.2008 Subject: Diaspora

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Vladimir Menshov, the maker of such iconic movies as Moscow Does Not Believe in Tears and Love and Dove, turns 80 on September 17. His life is an example of a remarkably successful creative and personal destiny. It's no coincidence that this year 900 people attempted to win admission to his workshop at the Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (aka VGIK), while enrolment is set to 30. Menshov is known as a very principled person; and he teaches his students the same thing - only a powerful person can create a truly serious film.
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The Chairman of the BRICS NRC board, Chairman of the Committee on Education and Science of the State Duma of Russia and Chairman of the Board of the Russkiy Mir Foundation Vyacheslav Nikonov has delivered a lecture to the participants of the BRICS International School, which opened in Moscow. The politician has shared his thoughts on what really unites the BRICS countries, the values ​​of this organization and how BRICS challenges the liberal world order.
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