Hundreds Inivted to Reception at Russian Embassy
The holiday was officially established in 1994. Initially it was named "Day of the adoption of the Declaration of Sovereignty of the Russian Federation," on 1 February 2002 was officially renamed to "Russia Day" (in 1998 Boris Yeltsin offered this name socially). There exists a widespread myth, that the name of this holiday is/was "Russia Independence Day," but it never had such a name in official documents.For details or inquiries please contact the Russian Embassy in Seoul at 318-2116/8.
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Ted Gim serves as staff reporter of The Seoul Times. He studied tourism management at a S. Korean university. He spent three years in England and Ireland, studying and living there. He studied tourism at a English college for two years. He covers tourism industry as well as diplomatic community in Seoul.
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