There was a meeting of the University administration with members of Professional Law Association and Association of a higher education from Indonesia in KIU conference hall. Liliya Vorontsova , Vice-rector for economic affairs and strategic development; Julia Kamasheva, Vice-rector for Academic Affairs; Andrei Nikitin, Dean of Faculty of Law and Ekaterina Vracheva, Head of the International Department took part in this event.
A topic of the meeting was the bilateral cooperation of the universities with the educational Organizations and Associations of Indonesia. In the course of this meeting it was talked about an exchange of experiences and opinions in the field of science and education of Russia and Indonesia, showed KIU presentation and discussed questions of a long-term and mutually profitable cooperation.
The Republic of Indonesia was represented by a leader of the Professional Law Association of Indonesia, Dean of the Faculty of Law Tarumanagara Ahmad Sudiro, a leader of the Association of Higher Education of Indonesia Laxanto Hutomo, Dean of Faculty of Law of 17Augustus University Edi Lisdiono, Dean of Faculty of Law of Jakarta National University Ismail Ramadan, Dean of Faculty of Law of Punkasil University Ade Saptomo, Dean of Faculty of Law of Varmadeva University Putu Budhiarta and a leader of doctorial programs of Borobudur University Santiago Hamzar.
At the end of the meeting agreements about mutual understanding were signed between members of the Professional Law Association and Association of Higher Education of Indonesia. The agreements involve an exchange with information and materials, which are interested for both sides, realization of mutual scientific and educational projects, conferences and seminars, an exchange with teachers and scientific staff and other forms of interaction.
It’s interesting to note that KIU became the third University in Russia after Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov and Moscow State Law University named after O.E. Kutaphin, with which the following agreements were signed.