Dialogue Events

24 01, 2024

Meeting: “Gastrodiplomacy – a trend of modern public diplomacy” and culinary workshops

2024-02-18T11:30:33+01:00January 24th, 2024|Categories: , |Tags: , , |

Language: Russian/French Gastrodiplomacy is a promising and developing sector of public and social diplomacy, intended to develop a favorable image of the country and a “national brand”. In addition to building contacts between countries and peoples, this may contribute to increasing exports of local products, promoting domestic restaurant businesses, tourism services, and organizing various gastronomic events in the international market. Gastronomic “tools” have long played an important role in political and business negotiations. Free Registration Leonid Gelibterman, President of the International Enogastronomic Center, member of the Presidium of the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) expert council [...]

17 02, 2023

Literary Evening: Dominique Fernandez and his “Soviet Time Novel, Undiscovered Continent”.

2024-01-15T22:25:21+01:00February 17th, 2023|Categories: Library, Our Compatriots, Russian House News, With Russian Roots|Tags: , , |

L'AUTEUR : Le 17 février 2023, une Soirée littéraire s'est tenue à la Maison russe à Bruxelles avec la participation de Dominique Fernandez, membre de l'Académie française, auteur de nombreux livres d’une oeuvre considérable par sa qualité et sa prolixité (une centaine de livres parus) qui lui a valu notamment le prix Médicis en 1974 pour Porporino ou les mystères de Naples, le prix Goncourt en 1982 pour Dans la main de l’Ange, le prix Charles-Oumont de la Fondation de France en 1986 pour L’Amour, le prix Prince Pierre de Monaco pour l’ensemble de son oeuvre en 1986, le prix [...]

20 10, 2022

The first literary evening from the cycle “… With Russian Roots” was held at the Russian House

2024-01-15T22:40:16+01:00October 20th, 2022|Categories: Dialogue Events, Library, Our Compatriots, Russian House News, With Russian Roots|Tags: , |

On October 20, the Russian House in Brussels hosted the first meeting from the cycle "... With Russian Roots", dedicated to the "Russian trace" in European culture. It is significant that the first guest was well-known in Europe, especially in the French-speaking environment, the Franco-Russian writer, laureate of the Goncourt Prize and member of the French Academy Andrey Makine. The meeting was moderated by Tatiana Hashimi, a Belgian journalist and anthropologist. The evening passed in a warm and friendly atmosphere, the conference hall of the Russian House could hardly accommodate the admirers of Andrey Makin who came to the meeting. [...]

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