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YSU HOSTED THE AMBASSADOR EXTRAORDINARY AND PLENIPOTENTIARY OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
YSU HOSTED THE AMBASSADOR EXTRAORDINARY AND PLENIPOTENTIARY OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
YSU Rector Hovhannes Hovhannisyan hosted the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation to the Republic of Armenia Sergey Kopirkin and discussed with him the prospects for the development of bilateral cooperation.

Alexander Margarov, Head of the YSU Department of International Cooperation, and Pavel Balayan, Dean of the Faculty of Russian Philology, were present at the meeting with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Russian Federation to the Republic of Armenia.

 


Welcoming the Ambassador, Hovhannisyan noted that YSU closely cooperates with various Russian universities, institutes and research centers.

He said that the development of Russian studies is of great importance at YSU, as evidenced by the Faculty of Russian Philology at the University, the Russian Center, the newly established Center for Russian Studies, and various events organized.

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