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Ukrainian Varsity Wants Improved Bilateral Relations With Nigeria on Education

As part of efforts to boost bilateral relations on education and other skills between Nigeria and Ukraine, members of the Club of Doctors of LVIV University of Business and Law Ukraine, have rolled-out plans to deepen partnership.

They said the partnership would help improve in the area of education, which includes skills and manpower development of the Nigerian people.

The President of the Club of Doctors in Nigeria, Dr, Cliff Ogbede, who said this at the 25th anniversary lecture of the University in Lviv, hailed the management and staff of the Ukrainian University for their commitment in the development of Nigeria by extending their academic and research programs to Nigerians; including the introduction of cultural exchange programs between Nigerian and their Ukrainian counterparts.

Furthermore, he applauded the Ukrainians for defending their country as a result of the full-scale military aggression of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, which forced many students to leave the territory of Ukraine since February last year.

He equally highlighted the importance of promoting democratic values with quality and affordable education as major catalysts for national growth and development.

He stated that in spite of the war in Ukraine, the University has continued to expand their presence in Nigeria by offering graduate and postgraduate degree programs with study center in a Nigerian University; in addition to several skills qualification and professional certificate courses for students, industry workers, public servants, legislators and entrepreneurs.

Source : Vanguard