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The results of the Far Eastern festival were summed up in Moscow

The results of the Far Eastern festival were summed up in Moscow
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The organizers summed up the festival "Days of the Far East in Moscow". It is held for the third year in a row and this time gathered about 27 thousand Muscovites and guests of the capital.

Everyone could visit the Far Eastern festival from December 12 to 14 at the capital's Expocenter. The audience had the opportunity to get acquainted with the cultural traditions of the Far East, to learn about promising vacancies that the region offers and about the opportunity to get higher education in one of the regional universities.

The festival’s business program included more than 80 speakers, including the Minister for the Development of the Far East and the Arctic, Alexander Kozlov, the Ambassador of the Republic of Korea to Russia Lee Sok Pae and the Ambassador of India to Russia Datla Bala Venkatesh Varma, the head of the Federal Tourism Agency Zarina Doguzova and others .

Visitors to the events participated in a large Far Eastern quest, the main prize of which was a trip to one of the unique natural corners of the region. More than 1000 people took part in the competition, among which 10 tour packages, certificates for studying at an English language school and another 150 gifts from the regions were raffled off.

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