Pashinyan and Sadovnichy presented diplomas to the first graduates of the branch of Moscow state University in Yerevan



At Yerevan branch of Moscow state University named after Lomonosov today presented diplomas to the first graduates, reports channel “MIR 24”.

The students received them from the hands of the Prime Minister of Armenia Nikol Pashinian and MSU rector Viktor Sadovnichy. A branch of the oldest Russian University was opened in Yerevan in 2015. Here specialists in six areas: applied mathematics and computer science, international relations, law, linguistics, journalism and Economics.

“These universities bring to Armenia the knowledge, vast experience, to take advantage of that for our citizens an extraordinary opportunity. I want to thank the Russian government for assistance in opening the University in Yerevan. Armenian citizens should master several languages, among them Russian is a important and special value. And I’m glad that MSU is a new platform for the development of the Russian language in Armenia,” Pashinyan said.

“In front of you opens a wide field service, field new progress, new achievements. You in the beginning, you will continue to learn, will discover, to win,” assured Sadovnichy.

Diplomas were awarded to 42 students graduate, 13 of them graduated with honors.