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I am the Public Relations Specialist with Moscow Ballet. It has come to our attention that a person(s)--who is not affiliated with Moscow Ballet (to our knowledge) has created and continues to edit an article about Moscow Ballet--Some of this information is not correct, not clear, and/or outdated. We here at Moscow Ballet would simply like to help improve this article/page. Please allow us to do so. Visit Moscow Ballet's website for references. Official Moscow Ballet (talk) 16:27, 28 June 2012 (UTC)
First of all, please see our official policies WP:COI and WP:USERNAME. Since you are affiliated with the subject of this article you should take special care while editing the page because your edits may be biased; and your username is also a violation of our rules which say that account names must not represent organisations. That said, anyone is allowed to create articles on Wikipedia when the subject is notable and when there sufficient reliable references to back up the content. So it would be very helpful if you could point out the phrases or sections that are seemingly wrong in your opinion. That way we can discuss the content on this talk page. De728631 (talk) 16:35, 28 June 2012 (UTC)
`“There are 70 to 80 Russian-trained classical dancers on the annual N.A. tour who fly in from the former republic of Russia.` ... I feel like that sentence doesn't make sense. what is a "former republic of Russia". Do they mean they are from Russia? From former Soviet republics? I feel like it would almost make more sense to say "From Russian and former republics associated with Russia" or just the "Russian Federation" — Preceding unsigned comment added by Jnusaira (talk • contribs) 00:06, 17 November 2017 (UTC)