Digest for 98-01-20

Digest for January 20, 1998

                          Table of Contents


01-20 January 98  Sender:  tallulah@mindspring.com
                  Subject: from Skip Evans

02-20 January 98  Sender:  Chopin24@aoo.com
                  Subject: from Jennifer

03-20 January 98  Sender:  R.Driver@mcmail.com
                  Subject: from Kate Pennington

04-20 January 98  Sender:  netman@techline.com
                  Subject: from David Kilwien

05-20 January 98  Sender:  hyned000@unbc.ca
                  Subject: from Darren E. Hynes

06-20 January 98  Sender:  krizack@sfsu.edu
                  Subject: from Marc Krizack

07-20 January 98  Sender:  lapshin@idirect.com
                  Subject: from Asya Lapshin

08-20 January 98  Sender:  GERMANWINELOVER@PRODIGY.NET
                  Subject: from DAVID sOULE

09-20 January 98  Sender:  ronald.l.brosmer@boeing.com
                  Subject: from Ron Brosmer

10-20 January 98  Sender:  dima_halpern@hotmail.com
                  Subject: from Dima


01-20 January 98  Sender:  Steve Streeter (sstreet@netfxcorp.com)
                  Subject: Time for Tourist Visa to US

02-20 January 98  Sender:  Firefly494@aol.com
                  Subject: ways of life

03-20 January 98  Sender:  IFLYAFOX (IFLYAFOX@aol.com)
                  Subject: Travel by small plane

04-20 January 98  Sender:  "Karen R. Obenshain" (obenshai@esarl.tulane.edu)
                  Subject: Russian Videos

05-20 January 98  Sender:  MJMurphy@wesnet.com (Mike Murphy)
                  Subject: A QUESTION ABOUT RUSSIA

06-20 January 98  Sender:  "Richard Junghardt" (cuts@worldnet.att.net)
                  Subject: finding my father

07-20 January 98  Sender:  "Andrey Ozharovskii" (zarov@host.cis.lead.org)
                  Subject: The International Discussion Club (IDC) WWW site

08-20 January 98  Sender:  Soledad Allende Araya (soledad.allende@com.udp.cl)
                  Subject: Help to Chile

09-20 January 98  Sender:  korotov@glas.apc.org (Konstantin S. Korotov)
                  Subject: Summer Graduate Internships at Ernst&Young (CIS)

10-20 January 98  Sender:  "Serguei A. Oushakine" (G96ous72@sirius.ceu.hu)
                  Subject: Soros Supplementary Grants Program 1998-99

11-20 January 98  Sender:  "Serguei A. Oushakine" (G96ous72@sirius.ceu.hu)
                  Subject: KPMG Consulting Internship Opportunities for
                           Russian Nationals

12-20 January 98  Sender:  "Serguei A. Oushakine" (G96ous72@sirius.ceu.hu)
                  Subject: On-line Partners for Eastern Europe

13-20 January 98  Sender:  YANKI PURSUN (puersuen@stud.uni-frankfurt.de)
                  Subject: Ukraine

14-20 January 98  Sender:  Bohdan Peter Rekshynskyj (Bohdan@TRYZUB.com)
                  Subject: An Important Announcement from the Ukrainian
                           National Association

APPENDIX:        LISTSERV address & basic procedures


** 01 **********************************************************************

Sender:  tallulah@mindspring.com
Subject: from Skip Evans


If you do, I'd like to invite you to contribute to a new section of web
pages on the Friends and Partners site called "Our Towns".

You can send me pictures of your city and text telling anything at all you
want to say about where you live, and I'll post them on web pages for you.
Remember, photos can be of anything at all around your city, and you can
talk about any subject you like.  I'll handle the scanning of the photos
and the creation of the web pages.

Having finally visited Russia for the first time this past summer I learned
what beautiful cities so many places around the xUSSR are, and would love
to help the rest of us in the west appreciate these wonderful places.

If you'd like to participate in "Our Towns" send me a message and lets show
the world what great places we all come from.

For a sample of the pages I created on my trip to Russia, visit "My Russian


Hope to hear from you soon!

Skip Evans,
Atlanta USA

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Sender:  Chopin24@aoo.com
Subject: from Jennifer

Hi everyone!  My name is Jennifer and I live in New Mexico.  I think this
is a wonderful site, and I have aquired about 10 Russian pen pals because
of it.  But I don't want to stop at ten!  ANYONE Russian or not that wants
a pen pal please e-mail me.  I plan to be a symphony conductor someday, but
I also love reading and Chess (GO Bobby Fischer!)  Hope to hear from you
soon!  Jen

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Sender:  R.Driver@mcmail.com
Subject: from Kate Pennington

Hi!  I'm a 14 year old girl from England.  I'm just browsing for new pals
on the net from any where in the world!  Drop us a line if you see this.

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Sender:  netman@techline.com
Subject: from David Kilwien

Members of My family & I are doing geneological
research of our ancestors, who were germans, migrating
to Russia in the early 1800's, then coming to the U.S
around 1897-1900. Our family surnames include
Kilwein, Kilwein, Kuhlwein, Kuntz, Wilhelm, Ruff,
Ruf, Dukart, Daum
Any one with information to share please e-mail

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Sender:  hyned000@unbc.ca
Subject: from Darren E. Hynes

I am a third year student at the University of Northern British Columbia in
Canada studying Russian language, politics, culture and whatnot.  If there
is anybody who may want to chat about Russian-US foreignpolicy towards each
other I would be than happy to discuss/debate with you.  My major term
paper surrounds foign policy, which I must come up with my own version of a
Ruissian foreign policy towards the US. Anyways, I love this website, keep
the good work up.

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Sender:  krizack@sfsu.edu
Subject: from Marc Krizack

I live in Berkeley, California and support an organization of people with
disabilities in Novosibirsk called the Novosibirsk Regional Center for
Independent Living "FINIST".  I have visited Novosibirsk 11 times since
1993, at all times of the year.  If you are going to Novosibirsk for the
first time and have some questions about Novosibirsk, or if you would like
to find a way you could support this great group of people, drop me an

** 07 **********************************************************************

Sender:  lapshin@idirect.com
Subject: from Asya Lapshin

Dear friends!  Best regards from Toronto (Canada).  We are registered
consulting firm dealing with immigration to Canada.  Those of you who are
interested to come to Canada as permanent residents please contact any
time.  Tel.: (416) 635-5909 Fax: (416) 635-5855

** 08 **********************************************************************

Subject: from DAVID sOULE

Hi, i'm from USA looking for someone who knows about the Ukrainian
Migration during World War 2.  write before Feb.  5.  thanx

** 09 **********************************************************************

Sender:  ronald.l.brosmer@boeing.com
Subject: from Ron Brosmer

Hello.  Anyone out there living in or near the town of Mirny, Russia in the
Archangelsk region?  I visited your fine town during a business trip in
September 1997.  I thoroughly enjoyed it and I am loking forward to
returning soon.  How is the Winter weather in Mirny now?  Do you have much
snow now?

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Sender:  dima_halpern@hotmail.com
Subject: from Dima

Privet vsem.  mna zovut Dima.  mne 25 let, i ja givu v izraile.  uchus na 3
kurse tel-aviv'skogo universiteta po specialnosti elektronika.  v israile
givu okolo 7 let.  ochen hochu obshatsa s kem nibud , komu blizka
elektronika, da i prosto tak, skem nibud.  nadeus na otvet.


Please continue to send your e-mail to friends@solar.rtd.utk.edu.

** 01 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Steve Streeter (sstreet@netfxcorp.com)
Subject: Time for Tourist Visa to US

Hello Friends.
First off - I want to say that this is a great idea for a newsgroup.
Glad to be a part of it. I hope to learn alot....and maybe help others
along the way.

My friend, from Ekaterinburg, Russia want to come to visit me in
Chicago. I have been hearing that that is not always easy...she has
never been out of Russia and I could go there...but she really want to
come here to visit first. Does anyone know the proceedure for Russian
Tourist visitation and the time allowed???? Also....can it be extended
slightly under any circumstances??? I was hoping she could stay for 3-4
weeks....if possible. Any ideas or similar situations? Tips??
I want to return travel to Ekaterinburg later -- but we both have agreed
that it would be more cost effective for her to come here first. Funny
that Irina would bring up the "cost saving" idea to me.....very
thoughtful indeed!

Thanks to all.

Steve Streeter

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Sender:  Firefly494@aol.com
Subject: ways of life

I am doing a project on Russia that involves studying the way of life of
the people.  You're website has been very helpful in this.  I only have one
question: What is the Festival of Moscow Stars?  Please reply as soon as
possible.  Thanks!

** 03 **********************************************************************

Sender:  IFLYAFOX (IFLYAFOX@aol.com)
Subject: Travel by small plane

I would like to fly my small private plane from Nome Alaska, accross
the Bering Straight to either Lavrentiya or Provideniya Bay in Russia.
Can you give me any ideas where to start regarding entry into Russia
at these points of entry?


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Sender:  "Karen R. Obenshain" (obenshai@esarl.tulane.edu)
Subject: Russian Videos


Can anyone recommend a good place to purchase Russian videos in America?  I
am interested in the classics (such as Anna Karenina) and new stuff.  I
don't care about English subtitles...I just want to hear the Russian!

obenshai@esarl.tulane.edu (work)
 rkfossil@iamerica.net (home)

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Sender:  MJMurphy@wesnet.com (Mike Murphy)

  I have found your site to be helpful in my search for information about
Russia.  I have a question though that I seem to be having trouble finding
information about.  I am a graduate student working on an education degree.
My current research is about the contrast and comparison of the Russian
education system vs. the American education system.  I would appreciate if
anyone could give me an overview of how the educational system in Russia
works or maybe a link or two to sites that have that kind of information.
Thanks for your consideration and time.

Respectfully yours
Sheila Murphy

Feel free to visit my websites at http://www.geocites.com/Area51/Cavern/1101
OR http://www.murphymall.com

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Sender:  "Richard Junghardt" (cuts@worldnet.att.net)
Subject: finding my father

Please let me know if there If there is a person in Odessa, Ukraine by the
name of Nikoli Burtseva. My name is Inna Burtseva and I live in Los
Angeles. I have not seen him in 21 Years. Please respond to InnaB@aol.com.

** 07 **********************************************************************

Sender:  "Andrey Ozharovskii" (zarov@host.cis.lead.org)
Subject: The International Discussion Club (IDC) WWW site moved

The IDC Web Site moved to http://idc.cis.lead.org/

Brief information about the International Discussion Club (IDC)

	The IDC main fields of activity are:
* organization of specialized seminars and conferences;
* international election monitoring;
* carrying out international youth exchanges;
* educational and Internet projects;
* environmental activity;
* participation in NGO networks;

                             IDC is not a debating society.
                  It is an action-orientated peoples' initiative.

We started our activity in 1989. We were one of the first independent
organizations to fight against the Iron Curtain. The word
"Discussion" appears in our name because, at that time, you were not
allowed to have opinions that differed from the "official" line, but
you could "discuss" them.

The IDC has branches in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novorossiysk,
Murmansk and Minsk. Club has representatives in Heidelberg (Germany),
Irkutsk, and Washington (USA).

In 1993 the IDC international conference "Engagement for Democracy"
collected more than 100 participants from 7 countries.

At the Parliamentary elections in 1993 and 1995 and Presidential
elections 1996 the IDC, on appointment with the Central Electoral
Commission of Russia, has organized international election
observation programs.   There were representatives of Germany, the
Netherlands, Canada and USA in the IDC Observation team. In 1996
groups of IDC observers attended general elections in the USA and a
scandal constitutional referendum in Belarus.

Next elections in Russia are sceduled on 1999 (parliamentary) and
2000 (presidential). IDC will carry out political seminars during
the elections and will invite foreign observers.

Now the IDC works on the following projects:
* "Arboretum in Novorossiysk" - creation and development of a city
park and an arboretum in the largest Russian port city at the Black
sea (see http://idc.cis.lead.org/idc/arboretum/);
* "International Election Observation" - coordination of
international observers' activity and assistance of activity of
Russian electoral observers at federal and local elections in Russia;
 participation in international election monitoring in other
countries - Belarus, USA, Ukraine
(see http://idc.cis.lead.org/idc/observer.html);
* creation of an International Non-Governmental Organization For
International Affairs;
* "IDC Web" - a support of the World Wide Web pages of the Club,
development of  NGO communications through the e-mail and Internet

International events and seminars for 1998
(see http://idc.cis.lead.org/idc/projects.html):
* "Russia and Global Governance" - an international conference,
Moscow, spring;
* "Problems of the Port Cities" - an international seminar, Murmansk,
* Youth Environmental Camp on the Black Sea - in Novorossiysk,

Contacts: fax: +7-095-2002265;
e-mail: andrey@host.cis.lead.org, idc_moscow@hotmail.com
Mail: International Discussion Club,
         Kashirskoje shosse, 88/26-112,
         115551, Moscow, Russia.

** 08 **********************************************************************

Sender:  Soledad Allende Araya (soledad.allende@com.udp.cl)
Subject: Help to Chile

gretting from Chile:

Could you will send  information about Instituto Superior Pedagogico A
I. Guerzen of San Petesburgo ( Leningrado). Especially , we need
direction, e-mail, fax. Too, we need know your actuality name. Please
this information is very important and urgente.
Thanks for your atention,
			Manuel Quintana Diaz

** 09 **********************************************************************

Sender:  korotov@glas.apc.org (Konstantin S. Korotov)
Subject: Summer Graduate Internships at Ernst&Young (CIS) ltd.

Summer Graduate Internships at Ernst&Young (CIS) Ltd.

Ernst&Young (CIS) Ltd. is currently accepting applications from Russian
nationals working towards advanced degrees at US universities and wishing to
get practical skills during a Summer internship. The internship program is
a valuable means of getting business experience with a leading international
professional services firm operating in the CIS market.

We offer challenging intern positions in our Tax and Financial Advisory
Services departments in Moscow. Some CIS-wide travel may be required for
certain positions.

People We Are Looking For:

Bright, motivated and hard-working young professionals completing the first
year of theri two-year Master-level program in the US. We are interested in
candidates working towards MBA, Master of Information Science, Master of
Science in Taxation, LLM, or similar degrees and willing to return to
Russia upon
graduation. Edmund S. Muskie/Freedom Support Act Fellows are particularly
encouraged to apply.

Duration of Internships:

Approximately three months

We Are Offering:

Challenging assignments, access to E&Y training programs and possibility of
a future career with Ernst&Young (CIS) Ltd.
Assistance with travel to Moscow from the city where you are studying.
A stipend.
Shared accommodations for non-Moscow residents.

How to Apply:

If you are interested, please send your resume and acover letter to:

Konstantin Korotov,
Director of Professional Development
Ernst&Young (CIS) Ltd.
20/12 Podsosensky pereulok
Moscow 103062 Russia
Fax: (7-095) 9299040
Phone: (7-095) 7059709
E-Mail: korotov@eycis.com

You may be asked to provide references and/or transcripts at a later date.
Qualified candidates will be invited for phone interviews with Ernst&Young
(CIS) Ltd. and/or representatives of the US Firm of Ernst&Young.

** 10 **********************************************************************

Sender:  "Serguei A. Oushakine" (G96ous72@sirius.ceu.hu)
Subject: Soros Supplementary Grants Program 1998-99

           Soros Supplementary Grants Program 1998-99
  Social Sciences, Humanities, Fine and Performing Arts Fields
                      Academic Year 1998-99
* Program  description:
- The program was created to assist students studying in the
coun- tries of Central and Eastern Europe, the former Soviet
Union, and Mongolia.   The goal is to support cross-cultural,
intraregional student mobility as part of the Open Society
Institute's  overall efforts to strengthen the academic network
within and among these countries.

This  program offers grants to students of the  social
sciences, humanities,  and  fine and performing arts who have
already  ar- ranged  for  part  of the costs of their  study  to
 be  covered. Awards are offered for one academic year only and
will be granted in amounts ranging form $1,000 to $5,000.

Awards  are  available to undergraduates (except for 0  year
and first  year students) and post-graduates enrolled  at
recognized institutes  of higher education outside of their home
country  or permanent residence, and in one of the countries
listed below.

Participating countries are as follows (no exceptions):

Albania,  Armenia,  Azerbaijan, Belarus,  Bosnia  &
Herzegovina, Bulgaria,  Croatia,  Czech Republic, Estonia,
Georgia,  Hungary, Kazakstan,  Kyrgyzstan,  Latvia, Lithuania,
Macedonia,  Moldova, Mongolia,  Poland, Romania, Russia,
Slovakia, Slovenia,  Tajikis- tan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan,

Applicants for support for studies in Western Europe, the
United States,  or  in any other country not listed above  will
not  be considered. Applicants from any county not listed above
will also NOT be considered.
- Eligibility:
- Interested applicants must meet the following criteria:

* be enrolled in social sciences, humanities or fine and
  ing  arts  degree program at a recognized institute  of
  higher education of the countries listed above;
* be  a  citizen, or permanent resident, of a  different
  listed above;
* have  an  outstanding record of academic achievement  shown
  transcripts and references;
* have  proof of appropriate language skills for the  country
  which they are studying;
* demonstrate  commitment  to return to their home  country
  completion of their degree;
* have proof of other sources of support.
- Selection  Criteria:
- All  applicants meeting the eligibility criteria will be
consid- ered.  Selection will be based on the academic merit of
the  ap- plicant  as well as of the proposed study, the
applicant's  goals as  expressed in the written essays, and the
completeness of  the application  (especially the validity of
the proof of other  sup- port).
- How to apply:
- Complete  an application form in English or in your  native
lan- guage  with  a full certified English  translation.
Submit  the original  application form with all supporting
documents  to  the local Soros Foundation scholarships office in
your home  country, in the country where you study, or to the
following address:

                     Open Society Institute
                  Network Scholarship Programs
                         Oktober 6. u.12
                     1051 Budapest, Hungary

For  further  information and/or a free application  form
please apply at:
                       Natasha Pozdnyakova
                      Tel: (7-095) 928-0926
                      Fax: (7-095) 288-9512
                      E-mail: pozdn@osi.ru
Postal Address:
                      107078 Russia, Moscow
                     B. Kozlovsky per. 13/17
                  Network Scholarships Program
                     Open Society Institute

Serguei A Oushakine
Program on Gender & Culture
Central European University
Nador u.9, Budapest, 1051-H
Hungary                            g96ous72@sirius.ceu.hu

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Sender:  "Serguei A. Oushakine" (G96ous72@sirius.ceu.hu)
Subject: KPMG Consulting Internship Opportunities for Russian Nationals

 KPMG Consulting Internship Opportunities for Russian Nationals
* If  you  are  a Russian national in the first year  of  your
MBA program and are looking for an exciting opportunity to apply
your developing skills in a challenging and dynamic environment,
 this memo is for you.
- KPMG's Mission Statement
- KPMG's aim is to turn knowledge into value for the benefit of
our clients, our people and our communities.
-- Business Process Improvement in Russia
-- KPMG Consulting Moscow is rapidly developing its Business
Process Improvement  (BPI) practice in Russia.  BPI focuses on
resolving strategic transformation and restructuring issues via
incremental improvement. Our goal is to assist the client
through the  entire life  cycle of its transformation, from
strategy and  operational improvement  through to systems
selection and implementation  (if applicable  to a given
client).  Initial project stages focus  on improving  those
processes or departments that can  provide  the greatest short
term value (typically measured in impact on  prof- itability and
cash flow).
- Our Internship Program
- Within our Russian practice, it is our goal to hire, develop,
and promote  Russian  nationals with the intent of creating  a
truly Russian  local practice.  Therefore, as our time in
Russia  pro- gresses, we  continue to step up the emphasis in
this area.   MBA recruitment  is a key to this success.  Early
identification  of full time candidates is often achieved
through the use of intern- ship programs.

This program will serve several purposes: identification of
long term  resource candidates, development of general business
skills for those who may be more suited for careers in private
industry, and  provision of fresh ideas to our BPI project teams
 from  MBA candidates who are accepted into our internship

Candidates  will typically be staffed on  particular
engagements and will  be expected to contribute as members of a
project team.
- Internship Skill Set Requirements
- If you have the experience to prove you are a high performer,
and are  highly motivated, organized, aggressive, willing  to
learn, are  looking for immediate responsibility and an
opportunity  to contribute,  you  have the core personality
traits  we  require.

Demonstrated experience in core business skills is a must.
Knowl- edge/experience  in the following areas will set you
above  other applicants:

* CPA, CIMA, and/or detailed knowledge of RAP/RSA;
* Financial Accounting, Cost/Management Accounting, or
* knowledge of/experience with packaged systems;
* experience supervising employees;
* experience  with  Russian  joint
  Russian conglomerates;
* Banking,  Energy,  Transportation,  or  Manufacturing
  experience in Russia; and/or
* experience in process improvement.
- Internship Details
- Candidates  who are selected for participation in the
internship program will receive the following benefits:

* Round trip, economy class ticket from the US to Moscow
* Accommodation in a company flat shared with one to three
* $1,000 US gross stipend per month
* Local  training (including self study) on the differences
  ween US GAAP  and Russian RSA (RAP).
* Three  month  commitment, with start date negotiated  based
  your  university's term end/start dates

Interns may be required to work in outlying regions of Russia
As this  is only a three month internship, there is no paid
holiday or overtime provided.  General goals are to keep
requirements  to 40 hours  per week.
- Application Process
- Students  who believe they have the skill sets required  to
con- tribute   should email the following to the attention of
Philip Boken (bpi@east.ru) with the notation "MBA BPI
Internship" in the subject section:

* Short (half page) cover letter with updated CV
* MBA  Transcripts  to date (including  most  recently
  semester or quarter)
* 250 word essay (in English) telling us how your skill sets
  help KPMG provide value to our clients.
* 250 word essay (in English) on which Russian company
  you the most and why.

There  is no deadline for receipt of applications.  However,
the number  of  internships available is limited  (based  on
project availability). Internships will be awarded based on
merit as they are submitted.
- Consideration for Full Time Employment
- Candidates who are selected for participation in the program
will be  provided with a constructive assessment of their
performance at  the end of the term.  High performers may be
considered  for full time employment upon completion of their
MBA studies.
- Due  to the limited number of internships available, we may
have to  decline internships to qualified candidates.  In such
cases, we may indicate to the applicant a desire to remain in
contact to discuss full time employment opportunities that may
become avail- able when the candidate completes his/her MBA
Serguei A Oushakine
Program on Gender & Culture
Central European University
Nador u.9, Budapest, 1051-H
Hungary                            g96ous72@sirius.ceu.hu

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Sender:  "Serguei A. Oushakine" (G96ous72@sirius.ceu.hu)
Subject: On-line Partners for Eastern Europe

                    On-line Partners for Eastern Europe

The purpose of the On-Line Partners Program is to provide faculty
and students access to Western academic contacts via the Internet and
vice versa. Previous Western programs often placed a strong emphasis
onbringing academics and students from Central and Eastern Europe and
the former Soviet Union to Western universities. This approach
however, does not always lend itself to the development of a stronger
 and more vibrant academic community in the region. The Internet
provides an opportunity whereby Western academics can be in direct
contact with their overseas counterparts and work with them
onspecific projects without the participants ever having to leave
theborders of their respective countries. It is also a means
forparticipants in Eastern Europe to share information about their
own countries with the outside academic community.   If you are
interested in the program, please complete and submit  the following
form. CEP will try to identify a partner who shares your  interests
as soon as possible. We will keep you updated in the  weeks ahead.
Thanks for registering!

-                      On-Line Partners Registration Form

University or Institute:
E-mail address:
Major academic fields:
Previous experience living/working overseas?  Yes No
In which country(ies):
Current research interests:
Current teaching interests:
Types of information you wish to receive:
Types of information you are able to offer (if applicable):

return to Victoria Meadows: vmeadows@cep.yale.edu


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Sender:  YANKI PURSUN (puersuen@stud.uni-frankfurt.de)
Subject: Ukraine

Are there thoughts in Ukraine to adopt the latin script for Ukrainian?

Best regards :-)     YANKI PURSUN - Frankfurt, EURO-PE

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Sender:  Bohdan Peter Rekshynskyj (Bohdan@TRYZUB.com)
Subject: An Important Announcement from the Ukrainian National Association



of the


will be held in TORONTO, CANADA, at The TORONTO HILTON

Beginning May 15, 1998

More details available on their web-site located at:


Would you like to receive announcements direct from TryzubSite without
the "middleman" or the "censorship" inherent to some email lists?  If so,
please check our main page at http://www.TRYZUB.com for information
on how you may subscribe!


               Bohdan Peter Rekshynskyj

        bohdan@panix.com                       Personal email
        bohdan@tryzub.com                     Business email
        faq@tryzub.com                          Ukraine FAQ+ email

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