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Yakutia has experienced three crises, now it is not as acute as the previous ones


Yakutia experienced three crises: in 1998 (default), in 2008-2009 and in 2014. "Now the country is also experiencing a crisis, but not so acute. These are echoes of the crisis of 2014, plus various sanctions introduced,” says Director of the NEFU Financial and Economic Institute Aleksandr Kugaevsky. He told this to the NEFU students in the framework of the project "Open. Lectures," reports the M.K. Ammosov NEFU Press Service.

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International Summer Diplomatic School in Yakutia


The Small Academy of Sciences hosts International Summer Diplomatic School in the village of Oktyomstsy of the Khangalassky ulus (district) of Yakutia. Within ten days, 26 Chinese and 25 Russian schoolchildren will learn the basics of diplomacy. 15 children from Yakutia earlier participated in the republican contest for high school students "Future diplomat."
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How many indigenous peoples live in Yakutia

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August 9 - International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly in December 1994. In Russia there are more than 40 indigenous low-numbered peoples with a total population of about 280 thousand.

Yakutia creates its own national brand

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Fur and leather products can be safely attributed to the brand of Yakutia

Yakutia needs its own national brand, using which producers could promote their goods and services to the foreign market. This conclusion was reached by the participants of the round table, held in the Republican Media Center on the initiative of the ‘Aisar’ public organization.

More than 70% of residents consider interethnic relations in Yakutia stable

- said Minister for Civil Society Development of the Republic Sardana Gurieva in her welcoming speech to the participants of the republican seminar-meeting Actual issues of interaction of the Ombudsman for Human Rights in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) with state authorities in protecting the rights of citizens, held today, June 29. According to opinion polls, more than 70% of the republic’s population considers interethnic relations in Yakutia to be stable.