Summer is the time for training. RUDN Law students in Austria dealt with legal relations between EU and Russia
In July 2016 RUDN Law students were trained at the University named after Patrice Lodron in Salzburg, Austria. Within two weeks future lawyers took part in intensive program of 16th “Summer School”.
In July 2016 RUDN Law students were trained at the University named after Patrice Lodron in Salzburg, Austria.
Within two weeks future lawyers took part in intensive program of 16th “Summer School”. They participated in lectures, seminars, meetings with experts and discussions.
The main subject of this year was “Relations between Russia and European Union. Problems and ways of solution.” Future lawyers got acquainted with legal framework of European Union, aspects of EU's relations with other countries, positions of EU and NATO on key issues. The participants presented three projects in German: “The foreign policy of Russia-EU contacts. The impact of sanctions”, “Russia-EU cooperation perspectives”and “EU and Russia - legal aspects of politics.” The final stage of training was the summit "Russia-EU” and creation of joint resolution. The document was sent to the representative of European Commission in Brussels Mr. M. Martino.
Promsvyazbank (PSB) continues to support the industrial development and telecommunications of the international social and educational digital platform “Sodruzhestvo (Commonwealth)”. The corresponding memorandum at the “Army-2023 International Military-Technical Forum” was signed on August 15, by:
RUDN University Rector Oleg Yastrebov and Gorky Park Director Elena Lupina signed a cooperation agreement. They discussed the exchange of resources, educational activities and innovative and educational projects in the field of agroecology.
The Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN) again has the name of Patrice Lumumba, the first Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, who has become a symbol of the African peoples’ struggle for independence. This was announced on Thursday by Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.