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English Language Office
Several people sitting in a classroom. Photo: State Dept.

Russian English language teachers attend ELO-sponsored conference

The English Language Office (ELO) opened in the U.S. Embassy in Moscow in 1993. Part of the Public Affairs Section, it cooperates with the Ministry of Education, teachers’ associations, universities, schools and English language teaching (ELT) professionals on a variety of educational and cultural exchange programs and projects in order to enhance mutual understanding between the peoples of the Russian Federation and the United States.  

The office in Moscow is one of 25 such offices around the world. Its work is coordinated by the Office of English Language Programs in the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs in Washington, D.C.

Contact Information

  • Jerrold Frank
    English Language Officer

    Elena Lubnina
    English Language Office Specialist

    Natalia Fomenko
    English Language Office Assistant
    121099 Moscow
    B. Devyatinskiy per., 8U.S. Embassy, PAS/ELO

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