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Best Poet of Russia 2008 Announced
23.05.2008 14:40
Best Poet of Russia 2008 Announced

Yesterday night Moscow Theatre on Malaya Bronnaya hosted a ceremony of the award Poet, the winner of which is Timur Kibirov.
      
      The award with the monetary prize of 50 thousand dollars has been conferred for the fourth time. Oleg Chukhontsev, the last year award-winner and presently chairman of the jury, congratulated the winner with the words: I do not know what he is going to write tomorrow, but it will be a different Kibirov already.
      The award Poet established by the initiative of the well-known politician Anatoly Chubais has existed since 2005.
      
      Source: lenta.ru
      


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