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Vice Premier of the State Council of China advocated the expansion of humanitarian exchange between Russia and China

Vice Premier of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, co-chairman of the Chinese-Russian Commission on Humanitarian Cooperation Liu Yandong took part in the forum of Chinese and Russian young scientists "Youth is the Future" at the Ulyanovsk State Pedagogical University. According to the press service of the administration of the Ulyanovsk region, the first deputy minister of education and science of the Russian Federation Natalya Tretyak and the governor of the region Sergey Morozov also took part in the event.

“Russia and China are friendly neighboring countries. They are actively initiating the adoption of the concept of a harmonious world and are introducing it into life, striving to promote the multipolarization of the world through mutual respect, joint training, and common projects in the cultural sphere. Through humanitarian exchanges, we are strengthening cooperation between China and Russia. And now we have to create a broader strategic platform for such interaction: by 2020, we want 100 thousands of students to take advantage of the humanitarian exchange, ”said Liu Yandong.

According to Sergei Morozov, the educational institutions of the region are interested in active cooperation with their Chinese counterparts. "Three Ulyanovsk universities are already implementing cooperation agreements with ten Chinese universities, and we are planning that the number of such agreements will only increase," he said. According to experts, at present more than 18 thousand Chinese citizens study at Russian higher educational institutions, and in Chinese universities - about 10,5 thousand Russian students.

“We must improve the relevant legal mechanisms for developing relations with Russia in order to further protect our two countries in the field of energy security and sustainability,” said Den Xin, a representative of the PRC’s young scientists. In addition, at a meeting with young scientists, PRC representative Tang Yanfeng noted that today Chinese-Russian relations are at the best stage in history, which is why it is so important now to learn from history, create new relations between China and Russia and deeply develop humanitarian science, especially historical.

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