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Over 50 Countries Joined Project "Lets Read Pushkin!"
6.06.2017 18:49
Over 50 Countries Joined Project

The event is held in the run-up to the Day of the Russian Language.

      Residents of more than 50 countries have already participated in the international project "Let’s Read Pushkin!" organized by the Federal Agency for CIS Affairs, Compatriots Living Abroad and International Humanitarian Cooperation.

      Over 50 countries have already joined the project, with hundreds of the poet's various works recited. People take video records of them reciting Pushkin’s poems in the Russian language and post them in social network sites.

      
"We have seen both amateur selfie recitals and real theatricals: in short, we are now convinced that the most famous Russian poet inspires creativity of people on all the continents," – the Agency reports.


Sources: Http://tass.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Alexander Pushkin Day of the Russian Language Russian Literature   

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