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Russian University RUDN’s experts in Cameroon for a multi-day visit

Russian University RUDN’s experts in Cameroon for a multi-day visit
  • Comments   -   Monday, 26 August 2019 15:40

(Business in Cameroon) - Today August 26, 2019, a delegation from the Russian university RUDN is starting a multi-day visit in Cameroon. During their stay, they will exchange with Cameroonian students in Yaoundé and Douala, official sources reveal.

Audrey Chicot, head of Multi-services et matériel industriel which is the Russian university’s agent in Cameroon, explains that the university’s experts will exchange on new technologies in the oil, gas and mining sectors.

Officially, they want to put a cooperation platform in place during their stay. They will also initiate quality checks for industrial products and forest products’ recycling projects.

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