Russian Language as a Factor of Strengthening Unified Humanitarian and Educational Space of CIS: Russia-Armenia
1 ISED RAE, Laboratory of Theoretical Pedagogy and Philosophy of Education, 105062, Moscow, Russia
2 ISED RAE, Academic Secretary, 105062, Moscow, Russia
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The article deals with the problem of language unity and communication gaps between the post-Soviet countries retrospectively, which is important for determining the direction of the future development of the members of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). The focus is on the language situation in Russia and Armenia, two countries which have longstanding and strong friendly bonds based on successful cooperation in addressing important international problems, including in the education sphere. The aspects covered in the article include normative-legal documentation regulating state language policies; the role of the native language in education; the issue of the status of the Russian language in oral and written communication.
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