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Russian high schoolers bring Gold from Informatics tournament in Bulgaria

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Russian high schoolers bring Gold from Informatics tournament in Bulgaria


26.11.2018

IATI Organisational Commitee

Russian schoolkids  brought 11 Golden medals brought from X International Autumn Tournament in Informatics in Shumen city, Bulgaria, TASS reports. There were more than 200 people, including  highs choolers from Bulgaria, Russia, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Romania, Serbia.

11 teams were representing our country. 6 teams in Junior and 5 in Senior section. In all, Russians received 29 medals including 11 golden and 8 silver ones.  

The Minister of Education and Science Olga Vasilyeva have congratulated contestants, marking high quality of preparation for the tournament.  According to her, Russian schools have always paid much attention to the Russian education system. Russian students have won 1/3 of all prizes. This victory confirms talent and mastery of their educators and team leaders, according to Ms. Vasilyeva.

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