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Member of Plekhanov Russian University of Economics staff presented as an expert in terms of the section of Russian and Armenian youth club
1 July
Campus news

From 24th to 28th of June in Moscow and in Ryazan area Russian- Armenian youth forum took place. The Forum was organized by the Association of Public Associations "National Youth Council of Unions of Russia" and Ryazan State University with the support of Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, Federal Agency for Youth Affairs, Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs of the Republic of Armenia.

 

At the opening of Forum at the Moscow House of Nationalities in front of the participants and the guests were: Alaksandr Stradze, director of the Department of State policy in the sphere of education of children and youth of the Ministry of Education and Science of Russian Federation, Grigory Petushkov, president of the youth and children's organizations of the National Council of Russia, Maria Babayan, counsellor of the Embassy of Armenia in Russia, Viktor Krivopuskov, president of Russian Society of Friendship and Cooperation with Armenia, Levon Mukanyan, vice-president of the Union between Armenia and Russia, head of Ministry of Sports and the Armenian Youth Marina Sargsyan, acting rector of the Ryazan State University (RSU) - Alexei Zimin, as well as representatives of the Russian Federal Agency: Youth Affairs - Dina Sokolova, Rossotrudnichestvo - Dmitry Guzhelya, for Nationalities Affairs - Abdulhamid Bulatov.

 

In the work of the forum, as the expert of the section "Youth on the economy - the economy for young people" took part Maria Ermilova, head of the Laboratory for Financial Studies, associate professor of the department of financial management at PRUE. During the work the questions of further cooperation of Russia and Armenia in the sphere of youth entrepreneurship development were discussed. On the results of the section proposals for a common Resolution of the Forum were formulated.