The message reads, in part:
“Holding such an event is, of course, much welcomed. A direct dialogue between the two states’ universities provides great opportunities for develop cooperation in education and science and helps strengthen bilateral humanitarian ties, which have traditionally been an important element of Russian-Kyrgyzstani strategic partnership.
You will exchange practical experience in teaching, research and organisational work and discuss prospects of implementing joint projects, both bilateral and within the Eurasian integration processes. It is important to think together about how to preserve and multiply our common intellectual, cultural and spiritual heritage.
I am confident that your discussions will be interesting and substantive, and help you outline new forms and methods of cooperation between Russian and Kyrgyzstani universities. And, of course, they will strengthen the friendship and understanding between our people.”