Distinguished visitor

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Professor Oleg Yastrebov, the rector of the renowned Russian RUDN University, also known as ‘The People's Friendship University of Russia’ and historically best known as the ‘Dr Patrice Lumumba University’, is on a working visit to IUM to discuss and strengthen cooperation between RUDN and IUM.

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