The 17th annual contest for Russian learners was held at the university last week. Students from various world countries from China to Ecuador took part in the dictation. This time the contest was devoted to Leo Tolstoy’s 195th birthday.
Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University first initiated the “Russian dictation” in 2006 and has been holding it annually ever since. Various state agencies and university have joined the initiative of helping people from all around the world to learn the Russian language.
|Alexander Fedorov, IKBFU Rector:|
I am delighted to welcome you today to the international Russian Dictation Online competition. New technologies and digital reality are expanding our possibilities and that is why today the contest is taking place online. Now it is possible to bring together all those interested in Russian culture and the Russian language, as well as those who are making their first steps in learning the language of our country. Dear colleagues, let me thank you for your interest in the Russian language and culture, as well as for your continued support of our initiatives and fruitful joint work.
|Olga Kim, Vice-Rector for Youth Policy and International Education:|
Dear friends, on behalf of Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University let me thank you for taking part in our competition. International activities, international relations, intercultural communication and mutual interest are the things that unite us and give us hope for the better future.
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