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03 August, 2017
Chinese High-Tech at SUAI

Chinese High-Tech at SUAI

SUAI welcomed Chinese officials and high-tech from the city of Wuhan, PRC. The weighty delegation were Sun Zhijun, Deputy Head of the Organizational Department of the Wuhan Municipal Committee, Song Zhiping, Deputy Director of the Administrative Committee of the Wuhan East Lake High-Tech Development Zone, Lei Lijun, Director of the Organizational Department of Quinqshan District Committee, Li Weifan, Director of Organizational Department of Dongxihu District Committee, Sun Fan, Deputy Head of Wuhan Municipal Administration for International Activities, Wang Feng, Deputy Director of Wuhan Aiport Construction, Yan Changkun, Vice-CEO of Yangtze Optical Fiber and Cable Joint Stock Ltd. Co., Pan Xincheng, Chairman of BOAD GROUP Inc., Zhu Yun of Jiyuan Technical Service Ltd. Co.

The delegation was greeted by the SUAI Vice-Rector for International Affairs Konstantin V. Losev, the Head of Scientific Research Coordination Centre A. Rabin, the Head of Institute 2 A. Bestugin, the Deputy Head of Institute 2 I. Kirshina, Senior Research Associate of Department 23 O. Shakin, with E. Belich and E. Chinarova of the DIA.

A. Bestugin and O. Shakin spoke on Institute 2 educational and research activities and prospective projects provoking lively interest of the Chinese delegation.

The Chinese manufacturers paid particular attention to report on optical technologies ready to provide both facilities and funding for a mutually beneficial project the major outcome of the meeting.

02 August, 2017
SUAI Welcomes Henan Provincial Peoples Government

SUAI Welcomes Henan Provincial Peoples Government

An official delegation of the Foreign Affairs Office from Henan, a North-Central province in China, visited SUAI to learn about the University educational and research activities and to talk:

Chu Yaping, Vice Chairman of the Standing Committee of Henan Provincial Peoples Congress, Chen Jiansheng, Director General of the Ethnic, Overseas and Foreign Affairs Committee of the Standing Committee of Henan Provincial Peoples Congress, Hao Lijun, Deputy Director General of Foreign and Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of Henan Provincial Peoples Government, Mao Jie, Deputy Director General of Henan Provincial Department of Education, Cao Jian, Vice President of Zhongyuan University of Technology, and Liu Di, Interpreter of Foreign and Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of Henan Provincial Peoples Government.

The meeting with the SUAI Vice-Rector for International Affairs Konstantin V. Losev and the heads of the DIA offices E. Belich and E. Chinarova brought a preliminary agreement by the parties on professor and student exchange to strengthen international cooperation in science and education.

25 July, 2017
Session of Russian-Chilean Workshop on Cooperation in the Field of Science, Technology and Education

Session of Russian-Chilean Workshop on Cooperation in the Field of Science, Technology and Education

A session of the Russian-Chilean Workshop on Cooperation in Science, Technology and Education took place in Moscow.

The Russian delegation was headed by Yury V. Raspiortov, the Head of the Development and Cooperation Office at the International Department of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, and the Chilean delegation, by Rodriguez Gabriel, the Head of the Energy, Science, Technology and Innovation Division of the Chilean Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

At the Workshop, SUAI was represented by the Vice-Rector for International Affairs Konstantin V. Losev.

The Workshop discussed bilateral cooperation in science, energy, mass communications and high-tech to result in a number of major decisions for science and economy of the two countries taken.

17 July, 2017
Gratitude Letter (7th European Forum of Chilean Organizations)

Gratitude Letter (7th European Forum of Chilean Organizations)

Dear participants of the 7th European Forum of Chilean Organizations,

Let me thank You in the name of the Forum team for the interest paid to the Chilean citizens abroad, and for Your participation in the Forum. To our satisfaction we note every Forums purpose and goal to have been fully achieved and this resulted in electing 7 members of the European Chilean Association, which is to implement in the years to come the programs developed within the Forum, and to aspire new achievements in developing and improving lives of the Chileans abroad.

We believe the Forums outcomes are to find understanding from the Chilean Government to promote further projects. We, in our turn, are always ready to render every assistance and support to our friends and colleagues for the mutual benefit!

Sincerely,

The Honorary Consul

of the Republic of Chile

in Saint Petersburg                                                                                                                                      I. A. Maksimtsev

12 July, 2017
SUAI at Eurasian Humanities Forum

SUAI at Eurasian Humanities Forum

June 11-12, 2017 The Ufa Congress Hall hosted the Second Eurasian Humanities Forum to discuss the issues of vocational training within the Education 2030 Framework for Action by UNESCO.

The Forum brought together participants from related state ministries and agencies, institutes and colleges of vocational training, national UNESCO commissions and WorlSkills, educators, statesmen and politicians of Italy, the Netherlands, Mongolia, Armenia, Belarus, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Vietnam, Turkey and Russia. Among the attendees was Mr. Grigory Ordzhonikidze, Secretary-General of the Commission of the Russian Federation for UNESCO and the Ambassador-at-large of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

SUAI was represented by the Vice-Rector for International Affairs Konstantin Losev.

On June 12 the Forum discussed the concept of new international cooperation WorldSkillsEurasia allowing wider integration of Russia, Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan to raise the standards in vocational training and to promote competitive economies with a unified system of educational quality assessment recognized internationally and benchmarked by the WorldSkills.

The Forum resulted in adopting a Resolution.