Mon, 10 Dec 2018 19:07 - Updated Mon, 10 Dec 2018 19:06
Higher Institute of International Relations gets Russian language materials
Luanda - Various teaching materials for the Russian language were delivered Monday in Luanda to the Higher Institute of International Relations (ISRI), Venâncio de Moura, by the Embassy of the Russian Federation to Angola.
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The Russian ambassador to Angola, Vadimir Tarrov, said at the time that the offer is made up of books, audio-visual material and websites, to be accessed free of charge, to make it easier for students to learn how to speak and write Russian language.
The diplomat said the initiative aims to expand the Russian language in Angola and strengthen bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
In his turn, ISRI's director, Alfredo Dombe, considered the amount of materials offered for the demand, but nevertheless sufficient for the beginning of the training, which will be certified by the Institute of Russian Language.
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