About the visit of the delegation of the Embassy of Malaysia to the Russian Federation to the KSMU

 

From 12th till 14th of December KSMU was visited by the delegation of the Embassy of Malaysia to the Russian federation with the following membership The First Secretary of the Embassy of Malaysia to the Russian Federation Mohd Ashraf Hamdy Saad, Administrative Assistant of the Embassy of Malaysia to the Russian Federation Kharrunissa Hamdan.

On the 12th of December there was the meeting The First Secretary of the Embassy of Malaysia to the Russian Federation with the university’s management. The meeting was also attended by the Rector of  KSMU professor V.A. Lazarenko, Vice-Rector for Continuing Education and International Cooperation Professor I.G. Komissinskaya, Vice-Rector for Research and Innovation Development professor P.V. Tkachenko, the Rectorate Adviser M.T. Chahine, , the Head of the Administration for International Relations Yu. Sh. Iobidze, the dean of the international faculty professor Yu.D. Lyashev.  The sides discussed issues of cooperation in the field of education, academic performance of students, the safety of foreign students.

 

         On the 12th of December in the evening the delegation of the Embassy met with the Malaysian students studying towards JPA, and took part in a concert dedicated to the national holiday of India «Deepavali».

The event was attended by Vice-Rector for Continuing Education and International Cooperation Professor I.G. Komissinskaya, Vice-Rector for Research and Innovation Development professor P.V. Tkachenko, the rector assistant of security D.N. Loyukov, the Rectorate Adviser M.T. Chahine , the Head of Administration for International Relations Yu. Sh. Iobidze, the dean of the international faculty professor Yu.D. Lyashev, the representatives of the Administration for international relations.

Deepavali or the «Festival of Lights» symbolizes the victory of good over evil, and as a sign of victory everywhere lit candles and lanterns.

Besides India, Deepavali is celebrated widely in the countries where there is a large Hindu community. This year, the preparation of the concert was attended by students from India, Malaysia, Sri Lanka.

The students told stories about the origin of the holiday, pleased the audience with colorful dance and music. Traditionally, the hall was decorated with decorations made with the students, helping guests to travel back to “Little” India.

The Head of the Administration for International Relations  Yu. Sh. Iobidze

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