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In Seoul, the problems of obtaining Russian education abroad were discussed
The issue of the need to organize a full-fledged Russian school education abroad was discussed by the participants of the round table in Seoul. The event, initiated by the Coordination Council of Russian Compatriots with the support of Rossotrudnichestvo and the Association of Russian-speaking Citizens in South Korea, gathered a significant number of participants, arousing great interest among citizens of the Russian Federation, the CIS and a number of other states living in the country, Rossiyskaya Gazeta writes.
First of all, the raised issue worries parents who are worried that their children in the conditions of abroad could get high-quality Russian school education and the corresponding official certificate.
The main report on the problems was made by Denis Burobin, the first secretary of the Russian Embassy in the Republic of Korea. In his speech, he described the existing problems and acquainted those present with the provisions of the concept of Russian schools abroad. The diplomat also voiced the conditions for the theoretical possibility of creating in the Republic of Korea a full-fledged school for the children of compatriots and Russian citizens temporarily residing in South Korea.
After that, a teleconference took place with the executive director of the "Open Russian School" (Moscow) Alexander Hakobyan. During the space bridge a distance school program was presented.