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Head of EAO met with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the State of Israel to Russia
Dorit Golender, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the State of Israel to Russia, visited Birobidzhan, where she arrived to take part in the celebrations dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Jewish Autonomous Region. She met with guests and participants of the XII International Festival of Jewish Culture and Art, attended musical performances and concerts, including those in which Israeli artists take part, visited the historical and documentary exhibition "Biro-Bijan Project: From the Past to the Present", and also at the Amur State University named after Sholem Aleichem, the press service of the governor of the Jewish Autonomous Region reported.
The head of the region, Alexander Vinnikov, thanked Dorit Golender for supporting the anniversary events and noted the high level of performance by Israeli artists at concerts for the residents of the region.
During the meeting, issues of developing cooperation between the region and businessmen from Israel were discussed. They talked about projects that have already started, for example, in agriculture. It was noted that the current political and economic conditions encourage the search for areas of cooperation¸ in which both parties are interested. In this regard, the State of Israel is viewed as a country that successfully develops high technologies in manufacturing, medicine, agriculture and other areas.
The adviser to the ambassador for economic and energy issues, Elena Margowski, who participated in the conversation, suggested sending a group of small and medium-sized businesses from Israel to Israel to learn about the experience of Israeli enterprises, as well as management and interaction systems in the state-business science chain. It was proposed to develop in the near future a study program in Israel for students from the JAR. In Russia, such proposals by the Israeli side have already found support and development in large cities, for example, in Moscow, but, in the opinion of Dorit Golender, this work needs to be started in other regions of the federation, above all, in the Jewish Autonomous Region.