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2nd International Week of Russian Language held in Sochi

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2nd International Week of Russian Language held in Sochi


28.11.2017

2nd International week of Russian language started November 27 with support of the Russkiy Mir Foundation. High schoolchildren, students and postgraduate students from Serbia, China, India, Belarus, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Donbass, Crimea and many other Russian regions took part in the event.

Traditional Week of Russian Language conducted in Sochi State University since 1996 gained the status of All-Russian Week of Russian language in Sochi State University (2015) and International Week of Russian language in Sochi State University (2016) thanks to support of the Russkiy Mir Foundation.

Major scientific conferences such as youth scientific practical conference Russian verbal and cogitative culture: problems of communication’s efficiency and meetings of exerts from Russian and foreign universities on problems of verbal and cogitative culture in high school as well as various contests are organized in the framework of the Week.

3d International youth scientific practical conference Russian verbal and cogitative culture: Problems of efficiency of communication started the first day of the Week-2017. Students from Serbia, China, Kazakhstan, Russia and Donbass made presentations on various topics connected to communication. Then different contests continued the agenda.

2nd International week of Russian language in Sochi will finish on December 2. Variety of discussions, contests, presentations, Olympiads on Russian language and excursions are on the agenda of the event.

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