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MoU Signed Between Turkmen-Russian School and Astrakhan State University

MoU Signed Between Turkmen-Russian School and Astrakhan State University

Ashgabat, March 03, 2024, The Europe Today: A cooperation agreement was formally signed between representatives of the joint Turkmen-Russian secondary school named after A.S. Pushkin in Ashgabat and Astrakhan State University. reported on this promising alliance, marking a milestone in educational partnerships between Turkmenistan and Russia.

The signing ceremony unfolded at Astrakhan State University within the context of a television quiz organized to commemorate the 300th anniversary of the birth of the renowned Turkmen poet and philosopher, Magtymguly Fragi.

University students, along with students from the school named after Magtymguly Fragi in the village of Funtovo, Privolzhsky district, and the Turkmen-Russian school named after A.S. Pushkin, actively participated in the event. The collaborative atmosphere was charged with enthusiasm as participants were divided into four teams, engaging in a quiz that focused on probing their knowledge about the life and works of the esteemed poet.

The team hailing from Turkmenistan, known as “Zvezdochki,” emerged victorious, showcasing their profound understanding of Magtymguly Fragi’s legacy.

Among the distinguished jury members was Enegul Kakadzhanova, Attache of the Consulate of Turkmenistan in Astrakhan. The presence of such eminent figures reflects the significance of the occasion and underlines the commitment of both educational institutions to fostering cultural exchange and mutual understanding.

This collaborative initiative not only highlights the shared cultural ties between Turkmenistan and Russia but also signifies a commitment to promoting educational excellence and cross-cultural awareness. The signed cooperation agreement lays the foundation for future academic endeavors, creating opportunities for students and educators alike to benefit from the rich cultural and educational resources provided by both institutions.