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In Primorye they plan to open the Goethe Institute

Director of the Primorsky Culture Department Anna Aleko and regional representative of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany for the Far East Wolf-Henning Joachim Grundis discussed an action plan aimed at supporting Russian-German cooperation.

The visit of Mr. Grundis to Primorye takes place within the framework of the Days of German Culture organized by the German Consulate General in Vladivostok.

As Anna Aleko said, this year the Days of German Culture is a joint project of Europe and Russia, in which representatives of Germany, France and Poland took part. The reason was the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of the First World War and the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.

“For Primorsky Territory, which is traditionally the center of Russian and European culture in the Asia-Pacific region, the Days of German Culture are very important. And we are interested in further cooperation and fruitful development of such events at the international level ”- said Anna Aleko.

One of the main tasks identified by the participants of the working meeting was the opening of the Goethe Institute in Vladivostok. Wolf-Henning Joachim Grundis intends to discuss this issue with the Ambassador of Germany to Russia, Rüdiger von Fritsch, who will pay an official visit to Primorsky Krai next week.

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