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The most large-scale scientific and practical event of Pskov, the conference "Northern Europe, Pskov and the Hanseatic League: Past and Present," will be held in May, 21-23. The conference website presents an updated program of events, which includes three blocks: scientific, business and youth. Conference participants will enjoy round tables, panel discussions, exhibitions, strategic sessions, as well as master classes and open lectures by well-known speakers.

RANS academic Sergei Dyatlov, presidential adviser on regional economic integration Sergei Glazyev, director of the Russian State Archive of Ancient Acts Vladimir Arakcheev, president of the Baltic Sea Region partner network of universities in the Baltic Sea region Kari Hyuponen and other experts will gather to discuss topical issues of development of border areas of Russia and the Pskov region in particular. In total, the event will be attended by over 600 people.

The conference will address issues of the role of border areas for the export of education, attracting business partners, creating university campuses and new training proposals and securing successful foreign students and teachers.

The conference “Northern Europe, Pskov and the Hanseatic League: Past and the Present” is a communication platform for Russian and foreign scientists, representatives of authorities, public associations to exchange views and develop proposals for improving national and international legislation in the field of economic cooperation, protection of foreign investments , the development of innovative technologies in modern conditions. The program committee of the conference includes the Vice-Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation Olga Golodets, the Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation Marina Borovskaya, the President of the International Hanseatic League of the New Times, Jan Lindenau.

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