Russia successfully finishes first human trial for COVID-19 vaccine1
13.07.2020 All volunteers feel great, the drug did not cause negative consequences.
Russia successfully finishes first human trial for COVID-19 vaccine
More than half of Russian museums open to visitors2
10.07.2020 The number of visitors allowed into a museum still remain restricted.
More than half of Russian museums open to visitors
Russian Ministry of Health approves new drug for COVID-19 treatment 3
09.07.2020 It is the third anti-COVID-19 drug approved in Russia.
Russian Ministry of Health approves new drug for COVID-19 treatment
Knowledge at Home project brings together teachers from 83 countries4
08.07.2020 The project intends to support educators who teach Russian as a foreign language abroad.
Knowledge at Home project brings together teachers from 83 countries
WHO interested in Russia's COVID-19 vaccine 5
06.07.2020 WHO Senior Researcher Soumya Swaminathan: We're monitoring the trial of the Avifavir.
WHO interested in Russia's COVID-19 vaccine
Russian language does not have days off. It is not afraid of pandemics. And sometimes it benefits from self-isolation of those who seek to master it. Having worked online for months, Russian language courses around the world are setting to actively accepts students into offline groups.
The Russkiy Mir contacted teachers from different countries and found out that the lockdown and experience in e-teaching opened up new opportunities for specialists in Russian philology. Some of them conceived the idea to develop a system of electronic textbooks and globalize the programs; others initiated active engagement of lecturers and guests from all over the world for their online classes, and also mastered advanced training for teachers in virtual environment.
Starting from Peter the Great days, Russian glossary of nautical terms was compiled based on Dutch terms. Furthermore, it experienced a significant impact from English, German and Italian terminology. Events associated with naval glory of Russia can be reconstructed through interpretation of those inherent terms. The Battle of Chesma is one of such events.
RUDN University opens the Digital Pre-University Faculty in September, 2020. For this distant education opportunity is possible to enrol throughout the year from any corner of the world.
Rossiya Segodnya News Agency presents Poland’s Struggle for Eastern Europe in 1920–2020. The book’s authors believe that the current eastern policy of Poland is a complex blend of old geopolitical concepts and undying national fixations.
Russia Day is celebrated on June 12. 30 years have passed since the signing of the Declaration on State Sovereignty of the RSFSR. This date is especially symbolic on the eve of the constitutional vote. After all, amendments to the Basic Law are not only about social guarantees, the protection of labor rights and the distribution of powers between branches of government. They are also about Russia - about its national interests and values.
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