As part of the business trip of the FinU delegation to Vietnam, negotiations were held at the International Department of the Ministry of Education and Training of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (SRV) and the Russian Embassy in Hanoi.

During the visit, Stanislav Prokofiev, Rector of the FinU, spoke about the agreements reached during the business trip aimed at expanding scientific and educational cooperation between the countries and improving the quality of personnel training. He emphasized that the interaction of the FinU with the Socialist Republic of Vietnam has a long history: for more than 70 years thousands of Vietnamese students have studied at the FinU. The tradition of teaching Vietnamese students at the University continues today.

The Rector of the FinU thanked the experts of the Ministry of Education and Training of the SRV, the diplomatic corps, personally Mr. Gennady Bezdetko, Ambassador of the Russian Federation to Vietnam, and Mr. Vladimir Murashkin, Head of the Russian House in Hanoi, for their assistance in promoting Russian education in Vietnam and strengthening friendly relations between the two countries. Stanislav Prokofiev especially noted the opportunity to pay tribute to the outstanding statesman and political figure of Vietnam Ho Chi Minh and lay flowers at the mausoleum of the country’s first president.

In turn, the representatives of the Ministry of Education and Training of Vietnam - Mr. Nguyen Hai Thanh, Ms. Nguyen Thi Ngoc Lien and Ms. Do Thi Van Phuong - noted the demand for Russian education among Vietnamese youth, which indicates trust and effective cooperation between the two countries in the sphere of education and training, and emphasized the importance of further development of partnerships between the FinU and the leading universities in Vietnam.

During the business trip, the FinU representatives of the Financial University signed significant cooperation agreements with the largest educational centers in Vietnam, as part of which joint training of specialists in finance and new technologies is planned, as well as the launch of joint projects aimed at strengthening interethnic and intercultural communication between the countries.

Read more about the results of the business trip of the FinU delegation to Vietnam in the TASS report.