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Russian compatriots from Bratislava received books from Moscow government

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Russian compatriots from Bratislava received books from Moscow government


26.01.2019


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  <div>Solemn books presentation to the Regional Compatriots' organisations, bilingual schools and gymnasiums took place in the Russian Center of the European Foundation of Slavic Literature and Culture in Bratislava on January, 24. </div>

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  <div>Textbooks, fairytales, short stories and songs are issued for Slovak children learning Russian as a second language. Kids learning Russian will have a chance to read also books dedicated to the history of Russia, Moscow and some other major cities, Kremlin, Golden ring, etc. Without a doubt these books will help kids to learn Russian easier. Books were sent to Slovakia by Department for External Economic and International Relations of the Moscow City Government (DEEIR).</div>

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