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Photo credit: derwiki / pixabay.com Russia extended the ban on flights with Great Britain for another month and a half. It will operate until early summer, RIA Novosti reports. Earlier, the Russian authorities suspended flights with the UK due to the worsening epidemiological...

16.04.2021 Subject: Community

Photo credit: mosds.mos.ru (CC BY 3.0) The festival of Russian culture will take place this fall in Guanacaste, one of the largest provinces of Costa Rica, according to the website of the Moscow Compatriot House. It is planned that the cultural forum will coincide with the celebration of...

16.04.2021 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: mosds.mos.ru (CC BY 3.0) The festival of Russian culture will take place this fall in Guanacaste, one of the largest provinces of Costa Rica, according to the website of the Moscow Compatriot House. It is planned that the cultural forum will coincide with the celebration of...

16.04.2021 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: dassel / pixabay.com Mothers of babies born in Finland can receive children's books in nine languages, including Russian, for free. The publications are issued within the framework of the  "Book Gift for a Child" state program, designed to provide children with...

16.04.2021 Subject: Education

Photo: Azat Gevorkyan and his wife Anaik are pictured before leaving their home in Lachin, Nagorno-Karabakh, the final district to be returned to Azerbaijani control following the Second Nagorno-Karabakh War.// Photo credit: Valery Melnikov  Prestigious ...

16.04.2021 Subject: Culture

Photo credit: qimono / pixabay.com More than 150 people took part in the My Space international artistic and educational marathon, according to the website of the Union of Organizations of Russian Compatriots in Spain and Andorra. It was timed to coincide with the 60th anniversary of...

15.04.2021 Subject: Space

Photo credit: Vadim2406 / pixabay.com Russian compatriots living in Tunisia are invited to join the Victory May festival. It will be timed to coincide with the next anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War. This was reported by the Coordinating Council of Organizations of...

15.04.2021 Subject: Community

Photo credit: mos.ru (CC BY 4.0) The Sputnik V vaccine has begun to be produced in Serbia, RIA Novosti reports. Production was launched at the Torlak Institute of Virology, Vaccines and Serums. The Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) noted that Serbia became the 1st southern European...

15.04.2021 Subject: Community

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Eyewitnesses have said and written a lot about the events of the Great Patriotic War, about the ordeals suffered by the people. Every family has at least one story from this tragic period in our country’s life. On the threshold of Victory Day, let us look through the memories of those who led the military operations, and read the Marshals’ memoirs.
“Sometimes I wandered about a huge park in the center of New York and, looking at the skyscrapers that bordered it, thought with cold fury about wonderful American orchestras that didn’t care about my music…” Sergei Prokofiev wrote in 1918, immediately after emigration. The audience listening to The Love for Three Oranges, his opera, would never think that the composer of this brilliant sunny music could speak that bitterly about the country where he had his first real success. And that 18 years later, he would finally return to his homeland to see new openings for both life and creativity.
“Life of young people during pandemics in Russia and the US” is the topic of Zoom conversation between Lomonosov MSU students and the Russkiy Mir classroom- NAU (Northern Arizona University). The meeting host is Larisa Brener, Europe and Eurasia Initiatives Coordinator at NAU, Flagstaff, Arizona.
Balalaika Battle 29.04.2021
The I International online contest “Balalaika - Soul of Russia” brought together participants from all over the country, as well as from Ukraine, Belarus, and the Donetsk People's Republic. Mikhail Kiselev, director of the Moscow festival "Balalaika - Soul of Russia", said that today balalaika was associated not only with folk tunes, but quite modern music, and even jazz.
A sign of the new era is vaccine tourism to Russia. Foreigners are officially allowed to be vaccinated against coronavirus in the country. And it is quite easy to do this, whereas in most European countries those wishing to get vaccinated will have to stay for a long time on the waitlist. There were plenty of people willing to buy such an unusual tour. The Germans were the first to come to Moscow for the life-saving vaccine.