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    1 Ноября 2011
    The editor-in-chief of the Berliner Zeitung meets students

    A discussion on multiculturalism, journalism training and mass media advertising proved interesting for both parties. Lilo Berg, the editor-in-chief of the Berliner Zeitung asked students about public Russian attitude to the events on Manezhnaya square, the problems of integration of foreigners in the Kaliningrad region and the qualities required to be a journalist in Russia.

    A discussion on multiculturalism, journalism training and mass media advertising proved interesting for both parties. Lilo Berg, the editor-in-chief of the Berliner Zeitung asked students about public Russian attitude to the events on Manezhnaya square, the problems of integration of foreigners in the Kaliningrad region and the qualities required to be a journalist in Russia. Students were interested in study opportunities in Germany and tips on writing popular science materials and advertising in the Berliner Zeitung.

    The meeting also discussed Thilo Sarrazin's book, Germany is digging its own grave, and its reception in the Berliner Zeitung. Lilo Berg also emphasised the negative effects of the author's claim that Arab migrants are less educated and developed than German citizens, as well as the positive impact of the book: "It sparked a discussion on the new methods of cross-cultural integration, which is an obvious achievement". In answer to the question, whether the Great Patriotic war events are commemorated in Germany, Ms. Berg said that mass media focused mostly on the anniversaries of the beginning and the end of World War II. The 22nd of June as the date of the German invasion of the USSR is not mentioned. Moreover, Germany has not dissolved the National socialist party yet. "It is impossible due to two reasons. First of all, it contradicts the principles of democracy that underpin the Constitution, secondly, the party would go underground and it would be difficult to control it".