This is already the sixth foreign scientific and educational division of the Center. Its tasks will include coordination at the national level of cooperation between Russian and Chinese higher education institutions, increasing academic mobility, expanding the range of joint research and a number of others.
On Thursday, July 9, China University of Mining and Technology (CUMT), located in Xuzhou, received the status of a reference university of the International Centre of Competence in Mining Engineering Education under the auspices of UNESCO. The signing ceremony was held online. Vladimir Litvinenko, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Competence Center, Song Xufueng, President of the Chinese higher education institution, and Kirill Molodtsov, Assistant to the Head of the Presidential Administration, took part in the ceremony.