27 May 2018

"Echo of Russian and Azerbaijani cities"

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The Russian Information and Cultural Center in Baku has launched the second phase of the mega project "Echo of Russian and Azerbaijani cities".

The first stage of the project covered 2013-2015. A joint meeting of Azerbaijani and Russian students from 40 schools took place in the framework of the project. Together they studied history, economy, culture, and traditions of Russian regions.

During the second stage, students will work together to familiarize themselves with the regions of Azerbaijan with the help of Rossotrudnichestvo representative office and Association of Teachers of Russian-Speaking Educational Institutions in Azerbaijan.

All-Russia Azerbaijan Congress is also likely to join the project soon. They are going to help Russian students to better understand Azerbaijani culture and traditions.

Teachers and students of Azerbaijani schools presented the stands reflecting information about cities and regions of Azerbaijan.

Speakers at the event included the head of Rossotrudnichestvo`s Representation in Azerbaijan,Valentin Denisov, the head of the All-Russia Azerbaijan Congress Nigar Mammadova and chairman of Association of Teachers of Russian-Speaking Educational Institutions in Azerbaijan Lubov Yakunina.

During a gala-concert, organized in the framework of the project, the participants performed Russian and Azerbaijani songs and folk dances.

2016.04.28 / 22:51
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