During the press-conference devoted to the USUE X Eurasian Economic Youth Forum a number of agreements was signed between USUE and international universities. Among new USUE partners are the Simon Bolivar State Technological Institute of Higher Education (Callao, Peru), Debre Tabor University (Ethiopia), Sanskriti University Mathura (India) and the State Agrarian University (Moldova).
USUE Rector Yakov Silin welcomed guests with warm greetings:
“We are pleased to build partnership between USUE and foreign universities. The agreements involves collaboration inthe fileds of science, students and academic exchange and other forms of interaction. By signing agreements, we enable universities to build partnerships in order to gain joint experience”, Yakov Silin added.
Lois Molina Almanza, Coordinator for International Relations of the Simon Bolivar State Technological Institute of Higher Education (Callao, Peru): “By signing this agreement, we start to develop our partnership. This will allow universities to share their experiences. I represent the continent of Latin America. We want to build relationships based on mutual trust. Trust is the most important quality in any business”.
The Debre Tabor University (Ethiopia) and the Sanskriti University Mathura, (India) were represented by Bhuppendra Kumar, Coordinator for International Relations
Oleg Horjan, Dean of the cadastre and law faculty of the State Agrarian University of Moldova (Republic of Moldova, Chisinau):“Our university is the oldest university in Moldova. We pay great attention to the development of international cooperation. We have concluded more than 70 contracts with different educational institutions. And now we want to start partnersip with Yekaterinburg”.