Online meeting for the development of bilateral cooperation

The development and strengthening of international relations of the Tajik state University of law, business and politics with higher education institutions and international research centers on the basis of cooperation agreements are the basis for entering the world educational space.

On October 27, of this year, in order to develop international cooperation, TSULBP held an online meeting with the Tashkent state law university.

The meeting was attended by the rector of the university, doctor of economics, professor Sharifzoda Mumin Mashokir, vice rector for international relations doctor of economics, professor Babadzhanov Davron Dodojanovich, head of the university international relations department, PhD candidate of linguistics, associate professor Sharipov Komiljon Karimovich, dean of the law faculty, PhD candidate of law, associate professor Tadzhibayev Sherozjon Abdujabborovich. The meeting was also attended by the rector of the Tashkent state law university, Deputy Minister of justice of the Republic of Uzbekistan Hakimov Rahim Rasulzhanovich, vice-rector Umarov Dilshod Marufovich and head of the international relations  department Yakubov Oybek Bahramovich.

The rectors of two universities first spoke about the bilateral cooperation between the two friendly and fraternal States of the Republic of Tajikistan and the Republic of Uzbekistan under the leadership of the Founder of Peace and National unity – Leader of the nation, President of Tajikistan his excellency Emomali Rahmon and President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev and welcomed the development of cooperation in recent years.

It should be noted that online meeting contributes to improving the level and quality of education, training highly qualified specialists in the international labor market, sharing experience on the path of mutually beneficial cooperation of higher education institutions, in particular, improving the skills of teachers and students, and mutual exchange of students.

They expressed confidence that cooperation between two universities will continue in order to develop in various directions.


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