International school for Russian language teachers opens in Varna1
15.08.2018 Varna Free University Chernorizets Hrabar with the support of the Russkiy Mir Foundation organised the event.
International school for Russian language teachers opens in Varna
Russian athletes return home after triumph at the European Championships2
14.08.2018 Russians brought home six awards.
Russian athletes return home after triumph at the European Championships
Syrian teens to become Russian cadets3
14.08.2018 Syrian teens to start to study in St. Petersburg military training schools in September.
Syrian teens to become Russian cadets
Ryazan hosts International Forum of Ancient Cities4
13.08.2018 Representatives from over 40 small and big cities 500+ years old from 13 countries came to participate in the event.
Ryazan hosts International Forum of Ancient Cities
Convention on the Legal Status of the Caspian Sea is signed5
13.08.2018 Russia, Iran, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Turkmenistan have agreed in principle on how to divide the landmark.
Convention on the Legal Status of the Caspian Sea is signed
In March 2018 the co-chairman of the Latvian Russian Union Miroslav Mitrofanov assumed the duties of a European Parliament member replacing Tatyana Zhdanok. In an interview to Russiy Mir he told how Russian-speaking MEPs reach decisions in favor of their compatriots in the Baltics.
"To save his soul a muslim digs a well. It would be good if each of us could leave behind a school, a well or something like that, so that life would not pass and end up with no trace," Anton Chekhov said.
255 years ago, on August 3 (July 22 in the Julian calendar) 1763 the Russian empress Catherine the Great signed a manifest permitting foreigners to settle in Russia. First hundreds, then thousands, followed by hundreds of thousands foreigners found a home and a more successful life in the territory of the Russian Empire.
How come, that the biggest Russophobes in Europe today are the Poles? They have declared a war to the memorials to the Soviet soldiers and to any mentions of the Soviet epoch. A publicist and a historian Armen Gasparyan is sure that the root cases for this are deep in the history of Poland. This is what his new book The Polish Lie is about.
You might be surprised to learn that the speech patterns in Moscow and Vladivostok, separated by 9,000 km, are more similar than in Moscow and Ryazan, only 200 km apart.
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