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Tuva-2014: 100 Years Together With Russia
21.08.2013 13:58
Tuva-2014: 100 Years Together With Russia

 In Tuva, the support of Russian language was equated to the economic priorities of the region.


2014, is the year of the 100th anniversary of the unification of Tuva and Russia. In the region, the next year is declared the Year of Russian Language.


The head of the region has noted that economic interests of Tuva require high proficiency in Russian language. The government is finalizing the national strategy for support and spreading the Russian language in Republic. At the moment, organizing committee and detailed plan of the Year of Russian Language events in Tuva are being formed. Certain activities such as setting up the language labs in rural schools, replenishment of library funds with necessary literature and forming up the batches for Russian language courses in kids’ holiday camps are expected to be included in the target program.  


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Tuva     

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