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At the University plans to create a Centre crimidine

About this informed the head of the Committee of the state Council of the Republic of Kazakhstan on education, science, youth policy and sports Vladimir Bobkov. According to him, the first stage in the creation of such a centre will be the reorganization of the Department of regional history at the history Department of Taurida Academy of Kazan Federal University. It will make the Department of historical crimidine. As noted Century. Bobkov, prior arrangement with the management of the University has already been achieved. It is planned that the Department will become a regional centre of the Peninsula, which will provide methodological support to other educational institutions, including schools. In addition, the Department will be able to consult artists that will highlight the history of the Crimea in his works. "We have people who want to remove, for example, a documentary film about Catherine. They begin to ask questions: how is it possible to meet with representatives of the Crimean Tatar academic environment or from whom you can get a costume Greek battalion Balaklava? We have no one to ask these questions. In the future it will be possible to address for consultation to the Department," explained Century Bobkov. In the future, according to the head of the relevant Committee, Center crimidine will unite not only for historians, and geographers, biologists and other specialists who study the Peninsula.