This year’s first issue of the Vestnik of the Commission of the Russian Federation for UNESCO is published in challenging times for humanity. The outbreak of Coronavirus is claiming thousands of lives all over the world. The Russian Federation stands in solidarity with all the people who are fighting this global catastrophe and extends its condolences to those who have lost their relatives and friends.View More Vestnik of the Commission of the Russian Federation for UNESCO. April 2020
On March 4, Javier Pérez de Cuéllar passed away at the age of 100. He served as the Secretary-General of the United Nations from 1982-1991 and was an outstanding Peruvian diplomat and public official, as well as a great friend of Russia and the Soviet Union.View More Javier Pérez de Cuéllar and the Road to Peace
The International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements (IYPT 2019), was a special year for the chemical community, our country, and the entire world.View More International Year of the Periodic Table of Chemical Elements
On February 5, the Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia, or RUDN, celebrated its 60th anniversary. Around 200,000 professionals who work in Asia, Africa, Latin America, Europe
and the Middle East are graduates of RUDN.
The Minister of Education of the Russian Federation, Sergey Kravtsov, held a working meeting with UNESCO Assistant Director General for Education, Stefania Giannini.View More A meeting with the UNESCO Assistant Director General for Education, Stefania Giannini
Russia is an active participant in the development of international regulatory tools for the oversight of artificial intelligence (AI), a technology capable of bringing irreversible change to the political, economic and social structure of the entire world.View More Artificial Intelligence is Under Control
Specialists from six countries have started working on a document that will help to avoid risks in the construction of energy facilities of a new generation. The guide will be released in 2021.View More Wind and Heritage????
The Novokuznetskaya station on the Zamoskvoretskaya line is not only one of the most beautiful Metro stops in Moscow. Just like a mirror, its history reflects the uneasy path traveled by our country during the war and post-war years.View More The Novokuznetskaya metro station: history and legends
In the Saint Andrew Hall of the Grand Kremlin Palace in Moscow, you can see curtains and royal thrones embroidered with gold. In the Apostolic Palace of Pope Francis, there is an embroidered panel depicting the Cathedral of Christ the Savior in Moscow. Centuries and countries are united by the unique gold embroidery art of craftswomen from the Russian town of Torzhok.View More Gold thread from the Kremlin to the Vatican
Krashenki, Pisanki and Kraponki — all is about Easter eggs. The tradition of dyeing eggs is much older than сhristianity, it originated in ancient times.View More Pysankarism (Egg Dyeing) — from antiquity to the present day