2 Malaysians Get Russian Government Scholarship To Study Nuclear Power

May 14, 2017

I am not one of those persons, eh comrade? And I miss that the Aeroflot office was above the Suruhanjaya Pilihanraya offices.

Dateline 2017-04-04, MalaysianDigest:

The Russian government through its embassy here has offered a full scholarship to two Malaysian students to further their studies in nuclear power engineering.

Russian Centre of Science and Culture assistant director, Alena Belozertseva said the gesture would promote exchange of knowledge between Malaysia and Russia.

“We have been receiving some 600 Malaysian students yearly, particularly in medicine and engineering,” she told Bernama at the 50th anniversary celebration of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

Currently, 11 scholarship slots are offered by the Russian Government, of which two have been allocated for the Bachelor’s Degree in Nuclear Power Engineering.

Meanwhile, Russian Ambassador to Malaysia, Valery Yermolov hoped that direct flights between Moscow and Kuala Lumpur would materialise soon.


Malaysia offered Russian nuclear energy expertise

November 1, 2015

Can you say ядерногоSovMalaysia?

Dateline 2015-10-28, Russia Beyond the Headlines:

Russia offered to extend its expertise in the peaceful use of nuclear energy, if Malaysia decided to develop its own nuclear program, Bernama reported on Friday.

“We will propose a very sophisticated and complex construction of a local nuclear program,” Russian Minister of Economic Development Alexei Ulyukayev told the news agency. “We can construct nuclear power generation stations. We can also organise training of local personnel because we believe the project can be managed by Malaysia itself.”

Ulyukayev also told Bernama that Russia could help Malaysia build its own nuclear power plant.

“In Asia, we are constructing infrastructure for these sectors in some countries and also delivering site support for them,” he told the news agency.