Romanian Language and Culture Center within Azerbaijan University of Languages, Baku, invited Dan Iancu, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Romania to the Republic of Azerbaijan. The purpose is to communicate directly with the Romanian language students, online, to learn more about foreign relations, bilateral cooperation between the countries, as well as the current situation, highlighting the current and foreseeable impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in various fields of human activity, as seen in the trends underway in both Romania and Azerbaijan, Report informs citing the Center.
At the outset, Ambassador Dan Iancu has highlighted the current and foreseeable impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in various fields of human activity, as seen in the trends underway in both Romania and Azerbaijan. Despite the setbacks and complications experienced by most people in their day-to-day lives and endeavors, some changes (e.g., a renewed push for the expansion of e-government, teleworking, e-learning) would bring benefits in the long run. On the other hand, the uncertainties in the short-term economic outlook and the increased pressures on the labor market would require additional efforts to improve one’s skills and abilities. For students, in particular, this should provide other incentives to engage in extra-curricular activities and academic exchanges. The Ambassador has pointed out in this context to the opportunities already available to ADU students for scholarships and study mobilities to Romania.
The purpose of the “Ambassador’s Hour” project is to provide students with the opportunity to communicate directly with ambassadors and diplomats of different countries, to learn more about Azerbaijan’s foreign relations, bilateral cooperation between our countries, as well as the current situation, history, geography, culture, and national values.
The meeting organized during the “Ambassador’s Hour” project is essential for the development of students’ worldview, as well as knowledge in the field of international relations.