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Young compatriots abroad inspired to write an essay to Russian President

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Young compatriots abroad inspired to write an essay to Russian President


11.01.2018

pixabay.comContest of essays on the topic of "How I see the future of Russia: my wishes to President of the Russian Federation" among young compatriots living abroad has been announced. It is conducted by Russian Foreign Ministry, International Council of Russian Compatriots, World Coordinating Council of Russian Compatriots Abroad and special envoy of the President for interaction with compatriots’ communities abroad are conducting the contest.

The competition is aimed at attraction of attention of compatriots living in other countries to the elections of President of the Russian Federation in March 2018. They will be able to express their perception about history of Russia its present and future.

Compatriots of 18 years of age and older living abroad are welcome to take part in the contest. Participants are required to send their contest essay and information about the author to the organizing committee by e-mail msrs@mail.ru.

Winners and nominees will get diplomas and thank-you letters, which will be handed out at Russian embassies abroad.

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