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A direct flight will appear between Vladivostok and Kuala Lumpur
In Vladivostok, the Honorary Consul of Malaysia - Pavel Maximov began work. At the official meeting with representatives of the mayor's office and the Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation, he said that this should help revitalize the diversified relations of the capital of Primorye with the cities of Malaysia.
“We intend to start this year and implement in the next a number of investment programs from Malaysia in the Russian economy. In addition, we are already conducting active negotiations on organizing a direct flight between Kuala Lumpur and Vladivostok, which will significantly increase the number of tourists, ”he said.
Now about 3,5 thousand students from Malaysia are studying in Russia. It is assumed that most of the Malaysians who leave to study thousands of kilometers away - to Moscow, will now be able to enter the Far Eastern Federal University.
“Mass transfer of students to FEFU is planned for next year. We will actively contribute to this. In addition, Malaysia has a lot of educational programs designed for foreigners. We are always ready to advise students from Primorye on this issue, ”stressed Pavel Maksimov.
Igor Agafonov, Deputy Representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia in Vladivostok, added that the parties have real prospects in the training of personnel, and also focused on interaction in the aerospace sphere, telecommunications, the creation of industrial zones.
“I am confident that our countries are ready to further unleash the potential of cooperation and the activities of the Honorary Consul of Malaysia in Vladivostok will adequately provide the existing prospects,” said Igor Agafonov.
In addition, the tendency of the growth of trade turnover at the regional level was also noted. Only for the first half of 2014, the trade performance of Primorsky Krai with Malaysia exceeded last year's 35% and amounted to almost 11 million dollars.