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12 June 21st Korean Culture Festival opens in Moscow

12 June at the CSKA stadium in Moscow the XXI Korean Culture Festival opens on the 150 anniversary of the voluntary resettlement of Koreans to Russia and the celebration of the Day of Russia.

Regional Development Minister Igor Slyunyaev is confident that the festival will make a great contribution to the harmonization of interethnic relations, the development of intercultural interaction between the peoples of Russia, the strengthening of multifaceted ties between civil society institutions, and in general the events of the anniversary year of the Korean 150 anniversary will expand contacts and the development of a constructive dialogue between the Russian Federation and the states of the Korean Peninsula, the press service of the Ministry of Regional Development reported.

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