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Russian language in Syria becomes an obligatory part of the school program

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Sergei Stepashin, who today holds the post of head of the international cooperation association, says that all Syrian schools have officially switched to studying Russian as an obligatory element of the school curriculum (starting from the middle classes). At the same time, Sergei Stepashin said that the government of Syria adopted such a decision after the country was visited by representatives of the Russian delegation headed by Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin.


Russian language in Syria becomes an obligatory part of the school program


Sergey Stepashin quotes RIA News:

After a recent visit to Syria by the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Rogozin, the country's leadership decided to impose compulsory instruction in the Russian language in all schools. We are pressed in Ukraine, but here is an example of Syria.


Previously, Syrian schoolchildren could learn Russian only as a second foreign language after compulsory English.

The Russian delegation visited Syria at the end of last week. Meetings were held with President Bashar Asad and Prime Minister Wail Al-Khalki. Discussed issues of trade and economic, cultural and scientific and technical cooperation.

Sergei Stepashin called Syria a Russian outpost in the Middle East.

Today, about 250 million people in dozens of countries use the Russian language on an ongoing basis. According to the forecasts of the TsSPM (Center for Social Prediction and Marketing) in the world by 2025, this number will drop to 215 million, and to 2050 - to 130 million. How strong a scientific basis this forecast has, like any other similar forecasts, is a question not idle
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  1. propolsky
    propolsky 29 May 2014 19: 50
    +67
    That's right - from studying "the great and mighty" nobody has ever become stupider!
    1. Barboskin
      Barboskin 29 May 2014 19: 59
      +29
      Keep your nose in the wind, so to speak. Well done Syrians, realized whose star rises in world politics.
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      2. Vitaly Anisimov
        Vitaly Anisimov 29 May 2014 20: 09
        +26
        They’re doing the right thing. Russian is a state of mind!
        1. Grenader
          Grenader 29 May 2014 22: 25
          +6
          Quote: MIKHAN
          Soon we will invite to study in Russia! Russian is a state of mind!

          They already study with us, I saw it myself.
      3. Salamander
        Salamander 29 May 2014 20: 55
        +23
        Russia replenished with another fraternal people! good
      4. edge
        edge 30 May 2014 16: 40
        0
        Quote: Barboskin
        Well done Syrians, realized whose star rises in world politics.

        I’ll slightly correct, whose star rises above the world .... the world will no longer be the same.
    2. maks-101
      maks-101 29 May 2014 20: 15
      +38
      I noticed if a person knows Russian, then he is much quicker than the one who does not know.
      1. Irokez
        Irokez 29 May 2014 20: 40
        +8
        Quote: maks-xnumx
        I noticed if a person knows Russian, then he is much quicker than the one who does not know.

        I read in detail that in Israel, children who know Russian (who came from the USSR) are more savvy and study on average better than the local Jewish population.
        It all depends on the antiquity and richness of the language in which you can express thoughts more qualitatively and voluminously.
        Ancient Indian (Sanskrit) - etozh ancient Russian slightly changed by the local peoples.
        Etruscan is ours, but it is written there in an ancient alphabet, but in the same similar Slavic language. Geyropeytsy cannot decrypt in any way, but if we take as a basis our native, then it translates, but this is an ambush for gays.
        Indo-European language what do you think? I won’t even speak.
        1. dr.star75
          dr.star75 29 May 2014 21: 44
          +3
          Ancient Greek and Old Slavic are also very similar.
          1. Deniska
            Deniska 30 May 2014 11: 05
            +1
            As for the Greek language, it is calmly read by Russians. The only thing is that this is the difference of several letters and not always the concept of spoken.
            There are opinions based on ancient books (for example, the Book of Veles) that the Greeks borrowed their writing and alphabet from the ancient people living in the east - the Hyperboreans, who over time divided into tribes, and were named differently at different times. For example there was such a people Drevlyane. So after migration from his place of residence he became known as Polyana, etc.
            When the Greeks moved east, or rather, to develop the Northern Black Sea coast, then to their surprise they came across just the Hyperbrians. They started trade with them and .... and then in the best traditions of Europe)))) forced them out of the coast.
            1. Irokez
              Irokez 30 May 2014 13: 10
              0
              Quote: Deniska
              The Greeks borrowed their writing and alphabet from the ancient people living in the east - Hyperborians

              Very possible.
              The north is our distant homeland.

              "When the Rus-Oyrians still lived on the midnight land (the direction of the North, that is, the present-day Arctic of the Hyperborea or Borei camp, Ariana) near Mount Meru (this mountain was on the Continent of Daariya or Arctida) and that Golden Mountain was still strong, the Tsar ruled the Rus He had many more different kings under him, and they were all living Gods and were called like this: Perun the Tsar, Veles Tsar, Dazhdbog, Yaro, Kupalo, Khoros, Kolendo, Vyshny, Kryshniy, Lutobor, Ovsen, Prosich, Gray, and even Polevik-tsar, Vodyanik-tsar, Lesich-tsar ... And the other names have been forgotten, so they will not be remembered.
              "In addition to those kings, there were also distant kings, but they also obeyed Svarog-tsar, and everyone obeyed him without question."
              1. edge
                edge 30 May 2014 16: 44
                0
                Quote: Irokez
                The north is our distant homeland.

                in general, the most truthful sources on the ancient history of Russia should be sought in the historical archives of Syria and Iran .........
        2. Deniska
          Deniska 30 May 2014 10: 58
          0
          Moreover, the Etruscan language in almost all words has Russian roots. Thanks to this, the Russian language is the closest to Etruscan. Thanks to R. ya. he began to decipher with a slight difference, he is more cho-repentant when pronouncing. Apparently a feature ... As we have in the outback O-Kanye, and in Moscow A-Kanye)))
        3. sled beach
          sled beach 30 May 2014 12: 04
          +1
          Beautiful, and most importantly, the language itself is a religion, because it contains the entire worldview of the people, the language of the soul of the people. In this regard, any other faith destroys the language because breaks natural ties with the environment. Our predecessors, through the millennia, dragged the worldview fixing it in the language, and now we say not "The world is great" but "Christ is risen." It is not the Measure (of the world) that saves us, but a certain man-god who forgives any dirt, but it you can understand, he is not a "Great World" but the same person as we are. The Slavs have Death, death, die, dying, that is, become part of the World.
        4. sled beach
          sled beach 30 May 2014 12: 04
          0
          Beautiful, and most importantly, the language itself is a religion, because it contains the entire worldview of the people, the language of the soul of the people. In this regard, any other faith destroys the language because breaks natural ties with the environment. Our predecessors, through the millennia, dragged the worldview fixing it in the language, and now we say not "The world is great" but "Christ is risen." It is not the Measure (of the world) that saves us, but a certain man-god who forgives any dirt, but it you can understand, he is not a "Great World" but the same person as we are. The Slavs have Death, death, die, dying, that is, become part of the World.
      2. Tatar 174
        Tatar 174 30 May 2014 05: 49
        0
        Well said! drinks
    3. armageddon
      armageddon 29 May 2014 20: 16
      +8
      Hmm ... In 20 there will be PROROSSIAN SYRIA ... !!!
      1. IFreedman
        IFreedman 29 May 2014 20: 40
        +21
        Quote: Armagedon
        That's right - from studying "the great and mighty" nobody has ever become stupider!

        Now, Jews and Arabs across the border will shout at each other with a select three-story Russian obscenity ...

        Or so:
        Now the Syrian after the launch of the rocket: "Allah Akbar".
        After 2-3 years: "Got **** ******? M **** x ****!
        1. Nonik
          Nonik 29 May 2014 23: 32
          +2
          Although ridiculous, but I would not say that the export of mat is good recourse
        2. Revolver
          Revolver 30 May 2014 02: 45
          +1
          Quote: IFreedman
          Now the Syrian after the launch of the rocket: "Allah Akbar".

          Learning Russian is good. Still, instead of the Koran, they could slip the four-thread Russian, no matter what - the Orthodox Bible, the full collection of soch. Lenin, and even "Malaya Zemlya" with "Tselina" Dear Comrade Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev - everything will be better.
          It will be worse if the Russians begin to study Arabic and the Koran, so, please, "on the basis of reciprocity" is not necessary.
      2. Patriot.ru.
        Patriot.ru. 29 May 2014 20: 41
        +5
        And after 50 tons, the whole world will speak Russian, dashing trouble has begun.
      3. aksakal
        aksakal 29 May 2014 20: 44
        +8
        Quote: Armagedon
        Hmm ... In 20 there will be PROROSSIAN SYRIA ... !!!

        - it turns out Putin's first step in building the "Russian world". Now Ukraine should be squeezed back and China and India should be Russified. By the way, whoever was in Urumqi knows that it is already Russified, they scratch perfectly there in Russian, the Chinese themselves are already Masha and Sasha, though tourists give them stupid hints for fun, like, you don’t know what to call a restaurant in Russian? Call it "With a hangover!" And those in the simplicity of the soul are seriously called. You walk along Urumqi and here is the restaurant "From the hangover", the sauna "chat with jaga-jaga" and so on. But Russian programs are still being translated into Chinese, and to teach them to watch in the original, otherwise it’s somehow not right when L. Dolina first speaks in Chinese, and then sings in Russian laughing
        It is clear, well, and most importantly, in addition to the language - it's time to work on the ideology. The Western is understandable - "freedom of the individual", hence "everything that is not forbidden is allowed," then it is not forbidden to consume, and therefore we consume. "So they sink to swine consumption, they are already going crazy. "consumption" ends, right here: "http://news.nur.kz/315039.html" - it is clear that here it is a dead end of the consumer society, and this problem, in principle, IS UNSOLVABLE. this is stupidity, and it is barbaric towards the planet.There is another option - to unleash a large-scale war, destroy everything during this won, destroy a lot of the population and start all over again according to the same consumer scheme - to build factories again, people multiply again, and with a new families need a house, need a car ... This is a way out, of course, but it doesn't smile at me ... But apart from the language, the Russians have not yet offered any alternative, and they are in no hurry request
      4. DMB 1995
        DMB 1995 30 May 2014 06: 24
        +1
        Quote: Armagedon
        Hmm ... In 20 there will be PROROSSIAN SYRIA ... !!!


        Most likely the Syrian Federal District ...
        1. Egen
          Egen 30 May 2014 07: 10
          0
          Hmm, why aren’t we accepting Syria into the created Eurasian Union - we don’t take it or they don’t want to?
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    5. Klepa
      Klepa 29 May 2014 21: 11
      +5
      we would know the Russian language ourselves.

      Just now in the store I became an involuntary witness of one scene. A young mother handed the bagels to her three-year-old child and said: "Lodge in the basket!"
      I could barely resist not to say: "Dear, you will excuse me, of course, but in Russian there is no word" lodge ", there are words" put "or" put ".
      How will this girl talk in a few years if she hears incorrect speech from her mother from childhood? And correcting a person with whom you were not introduced to each other is indecent, and listening to such mockery of the Russian language is unbearable.
      And what do you do in a similar situation?
      1. Black
        Black 29 May 2014 21: 16
        +5
        Quote: Klepa
        And what do you do in a similar situation?

        Yes "bream" to her! - ".... do not lie !!! - but lie!" laughing
      2. tokens2
        tokens2 29 May 2014 21: 24
        0
        And what do you do in a similar situation?

        Yeah right mom
        Bagels laughing
        A sort of bagel ... a low-value product with which we cover the stomach every day.

        But luggage (treasure) is more to an expensive product
        What did Pushkin eat?

        for man, treasure is rare and false is constant laughing
        1. ispaniard
          ispaniard 29 May 2014 21: 44
          +12
          This is the gratitude of the Syrians for THOUSANDS OF SAVED LIVES! May God and Allah give them strength to withstand this difficult hour for all honest and normal people in the world!
      3. g1v2
        g1v2 30 May 2014 00: 55
        +1
        Literacy, of course, is very important, but language is a means of communication. Time changes, language changes. Pushkin’s language, for example, is very different from modern and also from language, for example, the 16th century. An example is spruces, which are trees, and spruces, which are a verb, are written in the same way, because earlier one word was written through i, and another through e, and therefore, at the beginning of the 20th century, the intelligentsia wrote angry letters. So what ? Years passed, the language changed, but still expressive. And the fact that he is walking on the planet means that sooner or later no less people will know him than English. And if the Chinas make it compulsory for school, then English will disappear from envy.
      4. yulka2980
        yulka2980 30 May 2014 06: 56
        0
        I am also jarred by such "mistakes" in speech! Sometimes it hits my ears like metal on glass wassat But unfortunately now it is often possible to meet such ignoramuses, mainly among young people sad
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    7. ksv1973
      ksv1973 29 May 2014 23: 08
      +1
      Quote: propolsky
      That's right - from studying "the great and mighty" nobody has ever become stupider!

      That's right, Propolsky, not without reason for those non-Russian speakers who could pronounce at least two or three words in Russian, a spark of intelligence lights up in their eyes.
      They themselves begin to respect themselves and understand that they are not idiots.
    8. yushch
      yushch 29 May 2014 23: 37
      +2
      And even if they study Russian math. Without it, not a single big deal can do)). Only mate, of course, let them not teach in schools but in universities.))
      1. Ishtan
        Ishtan 30 May 2014 02: 31
        +1
        Oh, take my word for it - there is enough mat in the technical universities. As our philosophy teacher jokes - "Mat is not our format! Our format is a three-story mat!"
    9. Siberian German
      Siberian German 30 May 2014 03: 17
      +1
      I agree with you all 100 - but there is another aspect - limiting the number of "English speakers" in this way they reduce the number of people who can be influenced by Western democracies
  2. Semen Semyonitch
    Semen Semyonitch 29 May 2014 19: 51
    +27
    This is how we must defend our interests in the world. Allies must be sure that they will not be thrown for a snuff of tobacco.
    1. Nekarmadlen
      Nekarmadlen 29 May 2014 19: 56
      +28
      Quote: Semen Semenych
      This is how we must defend our interests in the world. Allies must be sure that they will not be thrown for a snuff of tobacco.

      Very strong gesture! They know how to be grateful! Nicely!
      1. smile
        smile 29 May 2014 20: 14
        +16
        Nekarmadlen
        Greetings!
        It is not even a matter of gratitude. They think about the future, which, judging by this step, they see in long-term close cooperation with us. And they are preparing the basis for expanding this cooperation. They clearly understood that we can deal with, we are reliable and are not going to throw them. And how many there were screams even on this site that we merged Syria ... :))) Probably as much as now - that we merged New Russia. :)))
        1. Nekarmadlen
          Nekarmadlen 29 May 2014 20: 24
          +6
          Hello, Vladimir! Glad to hear you! I agree with you, but still I want to believe that in this gesture there is a certain fraction of gratitude inherent in the eastern people. And New Russia ... Yes, nothing we do not merge it! There are hot heads calling to go to war, but I think it is people with strong emotions who want it. The war is easy to start, difficult to stop.
          1. smile
            smile 29 May 2014 20: 40
            +2
            Nekarmadlen
            You are, as always, right. Here, of course, there is trust and gratitude.
            I also agree with you about the war. Although, unofficially, we have already entered it. Remember, by the way, we discussed with you whether there will be a war as soon as Crimea joined? In general, our fears were fully confirmed. But New Russia will stand. We cannot afford to be defeated, and we will not allow it. The only question is the price ... :(
            1. Nekarmadlen
              Nekarmadlen 29 May 2014 20: 56
              +14
              That's right, in the price ... I'll give an example: my husband's friends are peacekeepers in Transnistria. They came to visit us in Moscow. They set the table, this and that. In the evening, at nine o'clock, we went to the store to put money on the phone. And near the store eight local idiots, exercising their wit, catch passers-by. Hooked on the girl, mine got in. The morons pulled out the barrel. And mine are trained like dogs. At the sight of a weapon, as in a cartoon about koloboks (an elephant, at the sound of a flute, loses its mind) ... the result is two in a coma, three with fractures, I don’t count cranial fractures, the rest of the weakly injured half-drucks crawled on all fours. Well done! The street applauded and thanked, these citizens terrorized the area. And we have a military prosecutor's office !!!! Thanks to the military, they didn’t let us put their own people! But I don’t want to remember what we experienced and what it cost! And now I have only one question for them: "Why didn't you just break their arms and legs? Everyone? Methodically? And they would do it, and the consequences would be different!" Now the GDP is thinking how to give it and minimize the consequences ?! Sorry about my French!
              1. Rurikovich
                Rurikovich 29 May 2014 21: 41
                +8
                You have stunning French, for this language, heard from the lips of a Russian person, accelerates certain actions and makes it possible to describe in a much shorter way some difficult situations in relations between people in general and in relation to certain categories in particular hi smile
              2. Semen Semyonitch
                Semen Semyonitch 29 May 2014 22: 07
                +3
                Quote: Nekarmadlen
                And now I have only one question for them: “Why didn't you just break their arms and legs? Everyone? Methodically?

                Worked ahead of the curve, if those had weapons, it’s very difficult to calculate, they must be beaten to defeat ... Or you, or-you ... It’s better to sit bad than to lie well ...
              3. smile
                smile 29 May 2014 23: 03
                +6
                Nekarmadlen
                Again, I state my full and unconditional consent. And your French is quite appropriate ... We ourselves - the French are still the ones, so that our native language makes us recognize - you are our man! .... :)))
                And the men are right. But they easily got off - unfortunately, this is not always the case with us. I perfectly understand what you had to go through with them there.
  3. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 29 May 2014 19: 54
    +14
    if I were a black man of advanced years, and then, without discouragement and laziness, I would have learned RUSSIAN, only because he spoke to him ... we all !!! laughing
  4. Akvadra
    Akvadra 29 May 2014 19: 54
    +13
    Indeed, more than allies!
  5. Roman1970
    Roman1970 29 May 2014 19: 54
    +14
    Well cool! Made friends with Syria!
    1. Semen Semyonitch
      Semen Semyonitch 29 May 2014 20: 00
      +18
      Quote: Roman1970
      Well cool! Made friends with Syria!


      We did not quarrel with her. Just now they are doubly grateful to us.
  6. lord
    lord 29 May 2014 19: 55
    +11
    very pleased with the news of Russia as much as possible allies
  7. Palladium900
    Palladium900 29 May 2014 19: 55
    +33
    If someone told me about 5 years ago that the Syrians would be closer to us than the Ukrainians, I would have thought that I was crazy before me ...
    1. Akulina
      Akulina 29 May 2014 20: 11
      +20
      If a year ago they told me that I would feel gratitude and respect for Chechens in general and for Ramzan Kadyrov personally, it would come to assault ... No one will return those who died in 2 Chechen wars, but the world is changing before our eyes and, seemingly sworn enemies can become loyal allies. We must learn to be friends - "so as not to disappear one by one" ...
      1. flSergius
        flSergius 29 May 2014 20: 32
        -5
        Do not flatter yourself about them. Kadyrov is very dependent on Moscow, he has too much now to show disobedience, and teip on his order, even Kiev will go to storm, even in clown coats to run through the woods. Well, at least there is a return on money swelled into their region.
        1. Nekarmadlen
          Nekarmadlen 30 May 2014 03: 23
          +3
          Quote: flSergius
          Do not flatter yourself about them. Kadyrov is very dependent on Moscow, he has too much now to show disobedience, and teip on his order, even Kiev will go to storm, even in clown coats to run through the woods. Well, at least there is a return on money swelled into their region.

          This is you in vain ...
      2. Nekarmadlen
        Nekarmadlen 30 May 2014 03: 21
        0
        Quote: Akulina
        If a year ago they told me that I would feel gratitude and respect for Chechens in general and for Ramzan Kadyrov personally, it would come to assault ... No one will return those who died in 2 Chechen wars, but the world is changing before our eyes and, seemingly sworn enemies can become loyal allies. We must learn to be friends - "so as not to disappear one by one" ...

        This is what the ancients meant, saying that the world is what you have in mind
  8. combat66
    combat66 29 May 2014 19: 57
    +13
    "I would have learned Russian just because I spoke to them" ....? That's right .... Leader ....
    You can argue a lot about the personality of the leader (s), they come and go. And language is our divine code, our strength and glory. "If the holy army calls out, throw Russia, live in paradise
    I will say, no need for PARADISE, give my HOMELAND! "
    1. saag
      saag 29 May 2014 20: 16
      +3
      Quote: combat66
      "I would have learned Russian just because I spoke to them" ....? That's right .... Leader ....

      The leader of what, one I knew, was called Lenin, was the leader of the proletariat, and which one do you have?
  9. lestad
    lestad 29 May 2014 19: 59
    +10
    Respect to Assad and the Syrians
  10. Bakansky
    Bakansky 29 May 2014 19: 59
    +10
    Quote: Palladium900
    If someone told me about 5 years ago that the Syrians would be closer to us than the Ukrainians, I would have thought that I was crazy before me ...


    Yes indeed
  11. Yuri Y.
    Yuri Y. 29 May 2014 19: 59
    +1
    How solid a scientific basis this forecast has, like any other similar forecasts, is by no means an idle question.

    Well, probably, Ukraine has already been calculated.
  12. Giant thought
    Giant thought 29 May 2014 20: 00
    +5
    There is a mundane explanation for this factor, because the Syrian leadership is planning closer cooperation with Russia, Syria will need people who know the Russian language in the future. Including in the military component of cooperation. So we will be friends with Syria for many years, the time will come, and our tourists will go to rest in Syria.
  13. major071
    major071 29 May 2014 20: 03
    +11
    According to the forecasts of the Center for Social Forecasting and Marketing, by the 2025 year, this number will decrease to 215 million by 2050, and by 130 million altogether.

    Lately i very began to believe in all sorts of predictions! fool Yes, you all go in the ass, forecasters are bad. I put big and fat on you. In 10 years, at least one third of the world's population will communicate in Russian. And such a state as the United States will not exist at all. IMHO. hi
  14. WIN969
    WIN969 29 May 2014 20: 04
    +1
    Syria is the cradle of civilizations!
    1. krechet-1978
      krechet-1978 29 May 2014 20: 36
      +4
      - Where are you guys from? - "From Iria"

      Iry (Irey, Viry, Vyry) - in Slavic mythology, the other world, the underground country or the southern regions, where the birds fly away for the winter, a fabulous country. Type paradise among the Slavs.
      1. krechet-1978
        krechet-1978 29 May 2014 20: 37
        +1
        Ireland - Iry Land - Iry Doe.

        doe land land
        1. krechet-1978
          krechet-1978 29 May 2014 20: 38
          0
          Those. all our old territories.
  15. Reserve officer
    Reserve officer 29 May 2014 20: 05
    +7
    Syria knows how to be not only persistent and courageous, but also grateful.
  16. fly fishing
    fly fishing 29 May 2014 20: 06
    0
    How solid a scientific basis this forecast has, like any other similar forecasts, is by no means an idle question.

    I think that on the contrary, the number of people studying the Russian language will increase! The Future Will show.
  17. Alexey Prikazchikov
    Alexey Prikazchikov 29 May 2014 20: 07
    +4
    New outpost of the Russian Federation?
    1. Vitaly Anisimov
      Vitaly Anisimov 29 May 2014 20: 11
      +4
      Quote: Alexey Prikazchikov
      New outpost of the Russian Federation?

      Exactly! And Syria is now our loyal friend ... (together stood against the whole world)
  18. Monk
    Monk 29 May 2014 20: 13
    +4
    This I understand - Brotherly people.
  19. Lesorub
    Lesorub 29 May 2014 20: 14
    +5
    "The Russian language in Syria is becoming an obligatory part of the school curriculum" - AND IT'S PLEASED! Syria really wants to be closer to Russia both economically and socially! After all, Syria has not many allies left who really help in such a difficult situation.
  20. Barakuda
    Barakuda 29 May 2014 20: 15
    +2
    "There are words in Russian, there are many of them, http: //www.youtube.com/watch? List = PL272FD7A52FD47596 & v = AuQOyA_z3Q4 & feature
    = player_detailpage
  21. 020205
    020205 29 May 2014 20: 15
    +2
    Correctly, why not learn English, learn AK, then the whole world will speak Russian, this is humor. In general, it’s nice that the distant Syrians of Russia are more grateful than some Svidomo neighbors, it’s the neighbors that you just need to call the police outfit to calm down
  22. tasey
    tasey 29 May 2014 20: 22
    +1
    Good news. For the more they speak the great language, the more they will understand that Russia is the bulwark of the fact that you will remain what you want to be. And not those who used to consider the whole world a cash cow
  23. andrei332809
    andrei332809 29 May 2014 20: 22
    +11
    "I would have learned Russian just for that ..."
    hell, and without a dictionary I have only a powerful part of the Russian language without a hesitation recourse
    1. tasey
      tasey 29 May 2014 20: 24
      +1
      without hesitation "this part" of ours is used even by blacks! This is not their thing ...
  24. Barakuda
    Barakuda 29 May 2014 20: 24
    +1
    With whom I was studying nearby, the Syrians were the most normal, well, the Vietnamese still, but they often ran to the shops .. and with a song platooned into the canteen marching. , I found more Cubans - very silent guys were.
  25. flSergius
    flSergius 29 May 2014 20: 25
    +5
    I think this is not flirting with friendship so that the electorate looks, but the beginning of preparation for cooperation of future diplomats, engineers, businessmen and others who are currently sitting on a bench. Such a reserve for the future says a lot, because in the Assad government, not naive hamsters are sitting.
  26. ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 29 May 2014 20: 27
    +4
    Learning the Russian language in Syria, as a MANDATORY !!!
    ... And the RUSSIAN ban in Ukraine, - some kind of NONSENSE ...
    1. Barakuda
      Barakuda 29 May 2014 20: 35
      +2
      Russian cannot be banned in Ukraine, even by "sovereign" sanctions. It will come out all the same. Especially to the left of the Dnieper (along the riverbed). When I went to the Kiev region. arrived, knew 2 words in Ukrainian - khata and tsibulya. Now I give odds to young people in Ukrainian, not forgetting about the Native and the Mighty.
  27. Sergey S.
    Sergey S. 29 May 2014 20: 29
    +10
    Quote: Barboskin
    Keep your nose in the wind, so to speak. Well done Syrians, realized whose star rises in world politics.

    That's just about the nose you in vain so high.
    For Syria, this is a very difficult step, but verified by blood and sweat.

    It must be assumed that this is part of the gratitude of the Syrians of Russia.
    And if Russia continues the uncompromising war against world meanness, the number of Russian-speaking all over the world, contrary to the forecasts of "experts", will only increase.
  28. Finches
    Finches 29 May 2014 20: 34
    +3
    This is good news and in general you need to cultivate as much as possible interest in the Russian language in the world!
    The Russian language is the language of culture, the language of the expression of the human soul without a subsequent reward ... We have never positioned it as a language for making money, unlike the Anglo-Saxons.
    It is necessary to change the image, but our allies, countries waiting for support from us should like Syria to take this as a rule!
    This is a contribution to the future development of our country!
  29. Vorodis_vA
    Vorodis_vA 29 May 2014 20: 35
    +2
    I beg your pardon
    Source: Troop withdrawal plan revised in connection with the tragic events in Donetsk.


    More details: http://globalconflict.ru/armed-forces/67366-istochnik-plan-otvoda-vojsk-peresmot
    ren-v-svyazi-s-tragicheskimi-sobytiyami-v-donecke
    positive sign
  30. Orc-xnumx
    Orc-xnumx 29 May 2014 20: 36
    +2
    So, when everything calms down in Syria, welcome to the Syrian resorts!
  31. Barakuda
    Barakuda 29 May 2014 20: 43
    +4
    Russian language is one of the most difficult in the world! It can only be learned with mother's milk. Mate you do not know, for example - a spy. Pushkin still can’t really translate into English - there are no such words and expressions there!
    1. andrei332809
      andrei332809 29 May 2014 20: 47
      +2
      Quote: Barracuda
      Pushkin still can’t really translate into English -

      Do you remember, ah, your nobleness,
      Monsieur Frenchman, Mr. ----- Captain,
      As we remember in common people
      Victory over the unchrist of the Russians?
      Though it’s not a lot to us,
      We are not among the others, so to speak;
      But we’ve punished you severely,
      Do you remember say -----?

      Do you remember how beyond the mountains of Suvorov
      Having stepped over, attacked you by surprise?
      How our old man ruffled you, flayer,
      And crushed you on the nail, like a flea?
      Though it’s not a lot to us,
      We are not among the others, so to speak;
      But we’ve punished you severely,
      Do you remember say -----?

      Do you remember how I drove all of Europe
      Are we alone with your Bonaparte Buyan?
      We saw the French then many -----,
      Yes, and yours, ----- captain!
      Though it’s not a lot to us,
      We are not among the others, so to speak;
      But we’ve punished you severely,
      Do you remember say -----?

      Do you remember how your king burns
      Suddenly stupefied, like a tambourine goal and bald,
      Like on fire of a Moscow fire
      Did you fry our rats in Moscow?
      Though it’s not a lot to us,
      We are not among the others, so to speak;
      But we’ve punished you severely,
      Do you remember say -----?

      Do you remember the fake songwriter
      You, our frost among native snow
      And the batteries are a perky heater,
      Soldier bayonet and noose Cossacks?
      Though it’s not a lot to us,
      We are not among the others, so to speak;
      But we’ve punished you severely,
      Do you remember say -----?

      Do you remember how we were in Paris
      Where is our cossack il regimental our pop
      He fooled you, sat down closer to the wine,
      And your -----?
      Though it’s not a lot to us,
      We are not among the others, so to speak;
      But we’ve punished you severely,
      Do you remember say -----?
      1827
      A. Pushkin. Full composition of writings.
      Moscow, Library "Ogonyok",
      publishing house "Pravda", 1954.
      1. Barakuda
        Barakuda 29 May 2014 20: 56
        +1
        The complete collection is above my head (comp below).
        "The Story of Peter" is a very informative thing, everyone is used to it, Pushkin's poetry is sweet, but no. 46 years old - separate book.
  32. sazhka4
    sazhka4 29 May 2014 20: 43
    0
    I was born in Kazakhstan. Studied, then in Uzbekistan. Exams "Native Language" And I know? After all, you need to know Russian and English and German. Well, these are of course. I don't see any problems .. (for any of these) there were five .. You can even add Greek. Well, why do I need this?
    1. Barakuda
      Barakuda 29 May 2014 20: 59
      +1
      By and large, so that the brains work better. smile
  33. b.t.a.
    b.t.a. 29 May 2014 20: 49
    +2
    In general, the Russian language, even in Russia, began to clog up with English words. Somehow the government and the people need to fight this. Anglo-Saxon is very poor. They cannot understand our turn of speech.
  34. lexx2038
    lexx2038 29 May 2014 20: 49
    +1
    It is necessary to know Russian necessarily. And then we’ll put a pedestal in the USA from two tanks, like in Germany, for example, how will they read the plates without knowing Russian?
  35. mdwspb
    mdwspb 29 May 2014 20: 52
    +2
    The most interesting thing is that Russian is the second language on the Internet. What is this talking about? http://topmira.com/internet/item/34-web-languages
    1. Barakuda
      Barakuda 29 May 2014 21: 05
      +2
      Not about something, but SPEAKS !!!
  36. capex1
    capex1 29 May 2014 20: 52
    +6
    Russian language is the power of spirit and honor !!! Well done !!! The first step has been taken to enter the Russian Federation (just kidding) !!!
    1. Wiruz
      Wiruz 29 May 2014 21: 18
      +1
      One moment. So, purely for reference. This is not the coat of arms of Russia. There is no shield. Although, in my opinion, without a shield he is even better.
    2. yulka2980
      yulka2980 30 May 2014 07: 13
      0
      Our coat of arms is the most beautiful love
  37. Dmitry Toderes
    Dmitry Toderes 29 May 2014 20: 54
    +2
    Wow! Recently, Syrians have become more like me than Ukrainians. Normal Ukrainians-does not apply to you. yes
  38. Bormental
    Bormental 29 May 2014 21: 05
    +2
    Still, orphans, like the Spaniards in the 30s, were taken to us. You see, the new Kharlamov would grow.
  39. FunkschNNX
    FunkschNNX 29 May 2014 21: 08
    +1
    The habitat of the Russian man is expanding, the main thing is that the Syrians would be good for it, then others will stretch.
  40. Irokez
    Irokez 29 May 2014 21: 10
    +2
    Listen to Professor Chudinov on the Internet. He proves the antiquity of the Russian language and that European languages ​​emerged from Russian and many names of places and words are pro-Russian.
    1. Barakuda
      Barakuda 29 May 2014 21: 30
      +2
      Especially cool European books of the 16th century written in Latin in Russian words.
      And What Ivan the Terrible wrote to the British - You are a serf, you are nobody .. (rephrased, I do not remember).
      "where did you send me?" , to Paris, the village was then. The daughter complained to the Kiev prince.
      Why don't they tell us about this? there is everything in the libraries.
      1. yulka2980
        yulka2980 30 May 2014 07: 15
        0
        Do not tell me where you can read these books? Who is the author? Interested
        1. FunkschNNX
          FunkschNNX 30 May 2014 10: 45
          0
          Read academic scholars, not self-proclaimed professors from unrecognized academies.
    2. FunkschNNX
      FunkschNNX 30 May 2014 10: 43
      0
      Quote: Irokez
      Listen to Professor Chudinov

      very speaking surname laughing there are still characters like Shemshuk and Levashov, the latter is no longer true, but his legacy continues to excite the minds of particularly gullible citizens.
      1. Irokez
        Irokez 30 May 2014 12: 42
        0
        Quote: Фкенщь13
        very speaking surname

        The surname is normal and also a scientist and he is not the only one of such an opinion. Academics are the same scientists who occupied the academies of sciences in all areas. They can’t even look at the world in a new sense of mind, which speaks of them as a weak link in their worldview.
        "If an artifact is found during excavations that does not fit into the concept of academic scientists, so much the worse for an artifact." Either spoil it, or keep it in storage under the stamp, or disappear by accident or burn it up.
        Forget about what you were taught at a school on the history of especially the ancient world and try to become a scientist and researcher yourself, taking into account all points of view and facts, and you will come to an amazing conclusion (but you will be branded to be fantastic at the same time).
        I wish you success in enlightening and studying the world, and especially history, which greatly affects the present and the future.
        1. FunkschNNX
          FunkschNNX 30 May 2014 16: 34
          0
          Quote: Irokez
          try to become a scientist and researcher yourself
          this is the trouble with our information age - amateurishness. I looked at "Vicky" and already at least a candidate of sciences. I may have rethought something if I myself had access to the primary sources, but in this case I would prefer to trust serious scientists. For those thirsty for knowledge, I will say that there are enough scientific works on Slavic history, but they were written in "boring scientific language", maybe for this the people prefer pseudoscientists' brochures.
  41. Wiruz
    Wiruz 29 May 2014 21: 21
    +3
    The main thing is that the Syrian schoolchildren do not arouse the Russian language because of its complexity. The main thing here is to develop the correct technique.
  42. storm wind
    storm wind 29 May 2014 21: 24
    +4
    Grains of good always sprout ..
  43. father nikon
    father nikon 29 May 2014 21: 29
    +1
    Not only a tribute of respect and gratitude, but most likely also far-sighted wisdom, because the Russian language is the basis of the foundations hi
  44. Slovek
    Slovek 29 May 2014 21: 38
    +5
    The history of Syrian civilization dates back to at least the 4th millennium BC. e.
    Eblaite is the oldest known Semitic language. In the library of Ebla, discovered in 1975, found more than 17 thousand clay tablets dedicated to crafts, agriculture and art. Among the leading crafts of Ebla - processing of wood, ivory, pearls. Other famous cities of the era include Mari, Ugarit and Dura Europos. Roman Theater in Bosra
    In the XXIII century BC. e. Ebla was conquered by Akkad, and the capital was completely destroyed. Then Canaanite tribes invaded the territory of Syria, forming many small states [8]. During the period between the invasion of Canaanite tribes and the conquest of Syria in 64 BC. e. The territory of the Roman Empire was consistently ruled by the Hyksos, Hittites, Egyptians, Aramaeans, Assyrians, Babylonians, Persians, ancient Macedonians, the Hellenistic power of the Seleucids, and the Armenian Empire of Tigran II the Great.
    From the XVI century BC. e. in southern Syria there is the city of Damascus, originally subordinate to the Egyptian pharaohs [8]. Syria occupies an important place in the history of Christianity - according to the Bible, Paul adopted the Christian faith on the road to Damascus, and then lived in Antioch, where Christ's disciples first became known as Christians (See Acts of the Apostles).
    Being one of the oldest states in the world, Syria has become the cradle of many civilizations and cultures. In Syria, Ugaritic cuneiform writing was born, and one of the first forms of writing was Phoenician (XIV century BC). Syrian scholars of science and art made a significant contribution to the development of Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine cultures. Among them: the scientist Antiochus of Ascalon, the writer Lucian from Samosata, the historians Herodian, Ammianus Marcellinus, John Malala, John of Ephesus, Yeshu Stilit, Yahya of Antioch, Mikhail Syriets. Christian theologians Pavel Samosatsky, John Chrysostom, Ephraim the Syrian, John Damascene are also known.
    In the XII century, the famous warrior and writer Osama ibn Munkiz, the author of the autobiographical chronicle The Book of Edification, lived and worked in Syria, a valuable source on the history of the Crusades.
    The capital of Syria - the city of Damascus - since ancient times, has been one of the world centers for the production of blade weapons, the famous "Damascus steel."
    In modern Syrian society, special attention is paid to the institution of the family and religion, as well as education.



    A people and a country with ancient history, the cradle of Orthodox Christianity. There would be historians and archaeologists work ....
    1. yulka2980
      yulka2980 30 May 2014 07: 20
      0
      I agree with you! Actually, Syrians are great masters. I read how they make handmade soap, the secret is passed on from generation to generation. When they showed the family with a small child who asks his mother why they don’t have a house and have no toys, she was sitting in tears ... Why can’t mattresses leave other countries alone ?! crying
      1. Egen
        Egen 30 May 2014 08: 02
        0
        Comrades, is there anyone with any connections in Syria? The thing is: our company, although small, albeit little by little, but helps in the form of charity both on behalf of the company and raising funds from employees. For example, they joined the initiative of our governor Tuleyev and raised funds for Sevastopol residents who were affected by the floods in Primorye, youth collected toys for the orphanage, and a fund to help the girl with an operation ... Let there be a little. I am sure many do this. It would not be difficult for us to collect toys for children in Syria! A trifle but still ... The only question is how what to whom ... maybe the Red Cross ... nobody knows?
  45. Barakuda
    Barakuda 29 May 2014 21: 48
    +1
    The capital of Syria - the city of Damascus - since ancient times, has been one of the world centers for the production of blade weapons, the famous "Damascus steel."

    That's just metal was delivered from India.
  46. soldier
    soldier 29 May 2014 21: 51
    +1
    so and before joining R.F. not for long lol
    1. Irokez
      Irokez 29 May 2014 22: 09
      +1
      Quote: soldier
      so and before joining R.F. not for long

      In the EAEU.
      1. soldier
        soldier 30 May 2014 14: 46
        0
        No, no, it is in the Russian Federation - and Assad is the Governor of the Syrian Oblast. !! lol
  47. Alex Danilov
    Alex Danilov 29 May 2014 22: 08
    +1
    Well, that’s right. Syria is a Russian outpost in the Middle East. That’s all. If I’m not mistaken, is there still a Russian military base of ships? Then it’s all the more impossible to surrender.
  48. leo44
    leo44 29 May 2014 23: 13
    +1
    Honestly cool! Well done Rogozin. It is clear that this is not only his merit. Syria understands that Russia can stand up for them, apparently gratitude and reckoning on a strategic partnership. I also like that Russian is preferred to English. I hate English. Let the whole world learn Russian !!! I hope to come true someday!
    Very right, Syria is an ancient country with an ancient culture. The states with their lack of ancient history, the history of the American Indians from whom the Yankees took everything away - is not the history of the states, and they have no match for their own national language!
  49. marat63
    marat63 29 May 2014 23: 14
    +1
    Quote: B.T.A.
    In general, the Russian language, even in Russia, began to clog up with English words. Somehow the government and the people need to fight this. Anglo-Saxon is very poor. They cannot understand our turn of speech.

    it's all the TV presenters clog the ether and the Mighty
  50. m-arsenich
    m-arsenich 29 May 2014 23: 32
    +3
    Guys and girls! How unpleasant it is to read your pearls in Great in Russian, but with a bunch of grammatical errors. It's like flies with cutlets, to say the least (well, we'll also teach the Syrians how to use a hairdryer). And after all, what is depressing is not at all a shame. But it should be after all! ... Because the main feature that distinguishes a person from an animal is shame.