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Moscow Institute of Oriental Studies
Former name
Lazarev Institute of Oriental Languages
ActiveOctober 27, 1921 (1921-10-27)–1954
Инстиут Востоковедения при РАН

Moscow Institute of Oriental Studies (Russian: Московский институт востоковедения, abbreviated МИВ (MIV)) was a university-level educational institution that operated in Moscow, Russia, from 1920–1954. It was created as a result of merging Lazarev Institute of Oriental Languages and the Oriental studies departments in Moscow's other higher educational institutions. When the institute was closed in 1954, its Department of Indian Languages and Department of the Languages of the Near and Middle East were transferred into the Moscow State Institute of International Relations.

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