ONHP participated in the Business Summit of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation
ONHP took part in the Business Summit of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation held on September 7-8, 2012 on Russky Island in Vladivostok. More than 700 representatives of the leading business organizations of the Pacific region, presidents and top political figures took part in the summit. According to President of the Russian Federation V.V. Putin who participated in the event “this summit is a very good symbiosis for those who work in the real politics and real economics. People can hear each other, they meet, discuss the problems which both the state and business have to face”. The members of ONHP had a number of meetings with their business partners. I.M. Zuga took part in the summit, starting from August 29 he was appointed a Member of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation by the order of the governor of the Omsk region V.I. Nazarov. I. M. Zuga as the Chairman of the Education, Science, Culture and Youth Policy Committee at the Legislative Assembly of the Omsk region was especially interested in the education issues. His choice of place for the experience study was not occasional as the most part of the infrastructure created for the summit of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation was transferred to the Far Eastern Federal University (Far Eastern Federal State University). President especially emphasizes the particular importance of this educational centre, demands to pay maximum attention to it, to implement innovations, to have deeper scientific and educational cooperation with the Russian and foreign colleagues, to help the student exchange and to create a common scientific and educational space. That is why FEFU can be considered one of the best higher educational institutions in Russia, an example of correct and efficient development of education and science in the region. Such experience is extremely important for the Omsk region. According to Igor Mikhailovich “we should improve the educational and scientific situation in Omsk and the Omsk region. We need to get the trend that was set on the federal level and expressed in the creation of the outpost of Russia on Russky Island in Vladivostok. We have been shown the direction to the integration in the global educational space. The Omsk region can enter the global educational space by providing specialized training, supplying the market with the specialists of the highest level with professional competence focused on a specific subject”.