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Children's KVN club was first held in Tunisia

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Children's KVN club was first held in Tunisia


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Young Russian compatriots took part in the KVN game. It was organized by the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in Tunisia with the assistance of the Association of Alumni of Soviet and Russian Universities ATDIUS. The Association has more than once provided its territory for organizing events of the RCSC, which is closed for major repairs, the website of the Coordinating Council of Organizations of Russian Compatriots in Tunisia reports.

The event was held in the country for the first time. It was timed to coincide with Children's Cinema Day, which has been celebrated in Russia for over thirty years on January 8, in honor of the first screening of cinema for children.

Three teams fought for the victory, they included young people aged 12 to 21 years. The Little Children team represented the city of Sousse. Two more - "MiR" and "ADMIRAL" - united compatriots living in the capital of the country. The "ADMIRAL" team won in a bitter struggle.

The topics of the competition tasks were dedicated to cinema in general and children's cinema in particular.

It is noted that KVN is one of the most popular hobbies of young people, where everyone can try themselves in any creative activity. All those present - both participants and fans - had a lot of pleasure. The guys were happy to have the opportunity to meet "live" in a relaxed atmosphere.

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