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16 февраля состоится муниципальный этап интеллектуальной игры Что? Где? Когда?

ВНИМАНИЕ! Муниципальный этап интеллектуальной олимпиады Приволжского Федерального округа среди школьников (в зачете «Что? Где? Когда?») в 2023–2024 учебном году проводится в формате отборочного тура Всероссийского чемпионата по интеллектуальной игре «Что? Где? Когда?» для категории школьников, организованного Российским обществом «Знание».

Игра направлена на развитие эрудиции и навыков командной работы, расширение кругозора участников через содержание игр, ориентированных на историю России, ее национальное достояние, достижения в области науки, искусства и спорта.

Муниципальный этап Карсунского района Ульяновской области интеллектуальной игры «Что? Где? Когда?» олимпиады Приволжского федерального округа среди школьников состоится 16 февраля 2024 г. на площадке МБОУ Карсунской СШ им. Д.Н. Гусева (р.п. Карсун, ул. Мира, 16). Начало проведения Иры в 14:00 час.

Турнир проводится в рамках проекта «Интеллектуальная олимпиада ПФО среди студентов» под патронажем аппарата полномочного представителя Президента РФ в Приволжском федеральном округе.
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Lai Ching-te, a former doctor from a poor mining family, was propelled into politics by a military crisis in the Taiwan Strait 27 years ago.

Now, the soft-spoken political veteran is tasked with preventing another one from happening as the newly elected leader of the self-ruled island that China’s Communist Party has vowed to one day absorb.

On Saturday, Lai, 64, the current vice president from the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), won a widely watched election to become Taiwan’s next president.

His victory handed the DPP a historic third consecutive term, delivering a snub to years of growing threats from Taiwan’s much-larger authoritarian neighbor, China.

“The election has shown the world the commitment of the Taiwanese people to democracy, which I hope China can understand,” Lai told thousands of jubilant supporters at a rally after his win.

Lai, who has long faced Beijing’s wrath for championing Taiwan’s sovereignty, said as president he has “an important responsibility to maintain peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait,” pledging to pursue dialogue with China under the principles of dignity and parity.

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Lai Ching-te, a former doctor from a poor mining family, was propelled into politics by a military crisis in the Taiwan Strait 27 years ago.

Now, the soft-spoken political veteran is tasked with preventing another one from happening as the newly elected leader of the self-ruled island that China’s Communist Party has vowed to one day absorb.

On Saturday, Lai, 64, the current vice president from the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), won a widely watched election to become Taiwan’s next president.

His victory handed the DPP a historic third consecutive term, delivering a snub to years of growing threats from Taiwan’s much-larger authoritarian neighbor, China.

“The election has shown the world the commitment of the Taiwanese people to democracy, which I hope China can understand,” Lai told thousands of jubilant supporters at a rally after his win.

Lai, who has long faced Beijing’s wrath for championing Taiwan’s sovereignty, said as president he has “an important responsibility to maintain peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait,” pledging to pursue dialogue with China under the principles of dignity and parity.

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