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Visit to Moscow University of Russia’s Interior Ministry

November 10, 2018, Moscow

On Interior Ministry Personnel Day, Vladimir Putin visited Kikot Moscow University of the Interior Ministry of the Russian Federation.

The President learned about the performance of the University’s forensics training and research unit, met with cadets and together with them addressed the current and former law enforcement officers with a message of greetings on their professional holiday.

The university is the Interior Ministry’s leading educational establishment and one of the world’s largest international centres of police education.

At present, the university and its branches in Ryazan, Tver and Moscow regions provide training for 4,540 people.

The University trains specialists for the departments of criminal investigation, pre-trial investigation, inquest, migration issues, fighting economic crimes and countering corruption, minors’ affairs, for the Bureau of Special Technical Operation, counselling support of operational activities, forensic units of the police departments, and other areas.

International cooperation is pursued on the basis of over 20 protocols and agreements on promoting bilateral collaboration with international partners. People from over 20 countries study or re-train at the University.

November 10, 2018, Moscow