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Lyudmila Putina, Russia’s First Lady, arrived Monday in Yerevan at the invitation of Bella Kocharian, Armenian First Lady, to attend a CIS and Baltic countries contest of Russian language of high school graduates held in the Armenian town of Tsakhkadzor. The second international Russian language contest opened May 9. High school students from the CIS and the Baltic countries are taking part in the contest, which is passing under the motto “Russia and the Russian Language in my Life”. Apart from questions in the Russian language, the young participants will have to demonstrate their knowledge in such areas as Russian history and culture as well as Russian civilization.

The distinguishing feature of this year’s Russian language action is that all the contenders come from exclusively national schools rather than institutions where instruction is in Russian. Seven undergraduates from the secondary schools of Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine and Estonia will represent their respective countries at the contest.

The twenty winners will be enrolled to the leading Russian institutions of high learning without exams. They will have to pay nothing for their education.

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