On the 19th of November, 2015 in auditorium №1 there was held a meeting of law enforcement bodies of Kursk and Kursk region with foreign students, who began to study in our university.
There were such guests as: the Rector of KSMU, Honored Physician of the Russian Federation, deputy of the Kursk regional Duma, Doctor of Medicine, professor V.A. Lazarenko; the deputy chief of police for public order maintenance of Regional Office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Kursk region V.G.Vodnev; the deputy chief of police for public order maintenance of Regional Office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Kursk V.N. Schulgin; the deputy head of the police department №3 A.N. Razinkov; the representative of the Center of struggle against extremism of Kursk region A.L. Kuzmin; the chief inspector of the Federal Migration Service Administration of Kursk region S.N. Kobeleva; the leading specialist of the preventive group of the Drug Control Service of Kursk region A.V.Pahomov; the rector assistant of security D.N. Loyukov; the head of basic safety, civil defense and emergency department Yu.P. Avdeev; the Rectorate Advisor M.T. Chahine; the dean of the international faculty professorYu.D.Lyashev; the representatives of the international faculty and the administration for international relations.
The greeting speech was said by the Rector of KSMU V.A. Lazarenko, who deals in public work which includes the sphere of preventative measures and crime prevention, being the member of the board of advisors of the Federal Migration Service Administration of Kursk region, the chairman of the expert board of the counter-drugs commission of Kursk region, the member of constantly working in organization of crime prevention and social preventative measures of infractions.
Yu.Sh. Iobidze, the head of the administration for international relations, opened the meeting. He told the audience about morale building of university’s administration with foreign students in consort with law enforcement bodies events for preventive measures and persistent violations by students.
The representatives of the law enforcement bodies acquainted foreign students with the requirements of the Russian legislation, consequences of committing of different violations and also expressed their gratitude to the administration of the university for the prevention of the violation of the law.
The administration of the university hopes that such meetings will promote discipline of our students and observation of the Russian legislation by them.
The head of the Administration for International Relations Yu. Sh. Iobidze,
Interpreter of the Administration for International Relations V.V. Kostina