Frank and direct: talks of Putin and Macron lasted for 3 hours1
25.05.2018 Presidents have signed a range of bilateral documents after negotiations.
Frank and direct: talks of Putin and Macron lasted for 3 hours
Teachers from 34 countries participated in Pushkin contest2
25.05.2018 «Russian without sanctions. Does Russian language teacher need professionalism or courage?» was the conference agenda.
Teachers from 34 countries participated in Pushkin contest
Day of Slavic Writing celebrated in Russia and abroad 3
24.05.2018 The main purpose of the holiday is to unite the Slavic peoples and to show respect to the heritage of the Slavic culture.
Day of Slavic Writing celebrated in Russia and abroad
Days of Russian Culture started in Latvia4
24.05.2018 The program includes more than 150 events in Riga, Daugavpils, and Rezekne.
Days of Russian Culture started in Latvia
European Parliament justified discrimination of Russians at the Baltics 5
23.05.2018 EP provides justification of Russian-speaking population discrimination by Estonian and Latvian authorities.
European Parliament justified discrimination of Russians at the Baltics
Two people have already been put in jail – PhD in Economics A. Gaponenko, and journalist V. Linderman. Other people who took part in the All-Latvian Parents’ Meeting recently held in Riga and dedicated to the Russian schools’ reorganization are being closely watched by the local security services.
Universities popular with foreign students are not only the ones of Moscow and St. Petersburg. Kursk State Medical University has been teaching foreign students for nearly 30 years. It has won the fame of the most popular medical higher educational institution for students from abroad for all of these years. The Kursk State Medical University’s Rector Victor Lazarenko, tells the success story.
Many events dedicated to the Victory Day to be held on this holiday season in London and other cities of Great Britain. Most of them would never happened without the volunteers' assistance. This challenging job is held by the Russian Voluntary Bureau. Its director Ekaterina Chernyaeva explains how the Voluntary Service became the part of the people’s diplomacy.
A well-known Finnish human rights defender and social activist Johan Bäckman considers fighting against disinformation about Russia spread by the Western media an important part of his job. That is the reason why he is trying to make as many people from the Western countries as possible see what is really happening in Crimea and Donbass.
It is not the first time when a prominent Latvian human rights defender, political activist, Doctor of Economics and author of a range of scientific researches Alexander Gaponenko is deliberately put into the criminal trouble. Barely he could knock down the accusations of stirring up racial and ethnic hatred, the Latvian authorities are cooking for him a new criminal case for anti-Latvian activities directed at breaking up territorial integrity of the country. Up to 8 years’ imprisonment…
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