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2007 proclaimed as The Year of Siberia in Germany
31.01.2007 13:03
2007 proclaimed as The Year of Siberia in Germany

The Year of Siberia in Germany doesnt match the calendar year, as it was proclaimed after a last years visit of the chancellor of the FRG Angela Merkel to Tomsk and completing an agreement on cooperation between the association Siberian Agreement and the Eastern Committee of German economy. By the moment the Siberian federal district has already worked out a plan of regions` participation in various international projects, and this is expected to guarantee almost permanent presence of Siberian regions in Germany.
      It has also been reported, that in the framework of the Year of Siberia in Germany the Altai Region will participate in various international meetings and exhibitions. The regions presentation in Germany took place in October 2006; moreover, the regions delegation took part in the international exhibition Green Week.


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