Branko Rakovec, Slovenian Ambassador to Russia arrived in Vologda on an official visit on October 18th. The main objective of the visit is to define guidelines for trade, economic and cultural partnership ties between Slovenia and the Vologda Region.
Organizers of “Rendezvous with Russia”, an international film festival invite Vologda’s residents to participate in the competition.
On October 18th First Deputy Governor Anton Koltsov met with Branko Rakovec, Slovenian Ambassador to Russia. The parties discussed guidelines for trade and economic partnership ties.
Applications for participation in an international competition can be sent by November 1. The music competition will be held online via video recordings.
Governor Mr. Kuvshinnikov congratulated agriculture and processing industry workers on their professional holiday - Agriculture and Processing Industry Workers’ Day.
The puppeteers of the Vologda Puppet Theatre "Teremok" went to X International Festival of Puppet Theatres of the Barents Region which takes place in Murmansk from October 13 to 17. Murmansk is set to host puppet shows performed by renowned puppeteers from Russian regions and foreign countries.
Students of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration were the first to get acquainted with Oleg Kuvshinnikov's autobiographical book "How to Become/Be a Governor and Stay Alive ". Mr. Kuvshinnikov briefed on his experience of management of the region and told about the book. Oleg Kuvshinnikov is a graduate of the Academy - he graduated from it in 2005 (faculty of management and international business).
"Treasures of Russia" is an online voting dedicated to tourism opportunities in Russia. It is designed to identify the country's main attractions and its most popular places and objects and open new sights on Russia’s tourist map.
An exhibition of delicate Vologda lace is organized within the framework of the Days of Russia in Kazakhstan on October 12-19.
The exhibition of Vologda’s lace kicked off at the Chuvash National Museum on October 11th, 2021 and it will last till January 9, 2022. The exhibition of over 70 Vologda’s laceworks will become a magnet for residents of the Chuvash Republic and guests. On display at the Chuvash National Museum there are also photos of Vologda’s magnificent architecture.