September 27, 2020
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    Ambassador Prof M.D. Lamawansa visits the modern facilities of KurskState Medical University, the Oncological Hospital and Kursk State Universityof Russia

    September 11, 2020

    Sri Lanka’s Honorary Consul in Kursk Mohamed Chahine and his team organized a multipurpose trip to the City Kursk for the Embassy Delegation in order to strengthen the ties  on political, trade, tourism, culture, education and sport matters, and to explore areas for further cooperation. About 400 Sri Lankan students are studying at Kursk State Medical  University (KSMU) and Kursk State University.

    Ambassador Prof. M.D. Lamawansa and Rector of KSMU Prof. V.A. Lazarenko participated in the traditional cutting of the ribbon to declare the green field, the new sport  complex facility of the KSM University open. Ambassador and the Rector were invited to take a first throw-in of the ball for a friendly soccer game to be played on the newly  opened facility on 31 August.

    In the interview given to the local TV Channels Ambassador Lamawansa underlined that “Sport is taken very seriously in Sri Lanka. Physical Education is included in school  curricular. The Ambassador added that The Ministry of Education has a separate section to promote sport and also there is a separate Ministry in the country for Youth Affairs and  Sports. At the level of higher education provision of sports facilities are given high priority in University accreditation.

    On September 1, 2020 the Ambassador and the Embassy delegation toured the Kursk State Medical University. The visit started with the opening ceremony of the Anatomical  Theater of KSMU. In his speech Ambassador underscored that facilities provided in the theatre are impressive. Ambassador presented his compliments to the Rector of the  University Prof. Lazarenko for his respect to the history of the development of the discipline of anatomy and persons behind them. The delegation visited the university simulation center also where students, postgraduates and continuous training participants get their training and achieve accreditation.

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