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On June 6, 2018, Ca' Foscari University of Venice representatives: Silvia Burini, Director of the Centre for the Studies of Russian Arts (CSAR), and Giuseppe Barbieri, head of the Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage, visited Russian International Affairs Council.

On June 6, 2018, Ca' Foscari University of Venice representatives: Silvia Burini, Director of the Centre for the Studies of Russian Arts (CSAR), and Giuseppe Barbieri, head of the Department of Philosophy and Cultural Heritage, visited Russian International Affairs Council.

Italian experts discussed the role of cultural and educational cooperation in the development of Russia's relations with Italy and the European Union as a whole, as well as possible areas of joint work to enhance the effectiveness of such cooperation amid the complicated political situation in Europe and the ongoing crisis in relations between Russia and the West.

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