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9th all-Arab alumni of Russian (Soviet) universities reunion in Amman

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9th all-Arab alumni of Russian (Soviet) universities reunion in Amman


On 12-17 November 2016, Jordan will be hosting 9th all-Arab alumni of Russian (Soviet) universities reunion.

The event is organized by Arab Association of alumni of Russian (Soviet) universities, Jordan club of alumni of USSR universities "Ibn Sina", Peoples' Friendship University of Russia with the support of Rossotrudnichestvo and INCORVUZ-XXI.

The event will see delegates from Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Israel, Iraq, Yemen, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Tunisia, as well as honorary guests - alumni from Russian universities in Bulgaria, Pakistan, Peru, Poland, and Tanzania.

The event's program includes three round tables: "Role of Arab alumni in promoting Russian language and culture", "Modern higher education in Russia. Issues of its promotion in the Middle East", and "Role of alumni in developing trade and economic relations". Russian delegation also plans to hold negotiations with representatives of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of Jordan, as well as with representatives of Jordan universities.

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