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In 2015, the Days of Hanoi will be held in Moscow

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced plans to expand humanitarian contacts with Vietnam. He said that in 2015, the Days of Hanoi will be held in Moscow, reports TASS.

“I am sure that the Days of Hanoi in Moscow will be successfully held next year,” Putin said following talks with General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam Nguyen Phu Trong.

The President recalled that in November last year, the Days of Russian Culture were held in Vietnam, and in June of this year, the Days of Vietnamese Culture in Russia.

He also noted the growth in tourist traffic from Russia: in 2013, Vietnam was visited by 298 thousand Russians, in 2014, this figure could grow to 400 thousand.

In addition, according to Vladimir Putin, Russia and Vietnam intend to increase exchanges in education, science and technology, writes Rossiyskaya Gazeta.

Today there are about 6 thousand Vietnamese students studying in Russia. This year, 600 scholarships have been awarded to Vietnamese citizens. In the next - 700, by 2020 it will reach 1000. “We are studying the possibility of creating a Vietnam-Russian technological university in Hanoi,” Putin said.

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