More than 200 students from Nazi Kiev-occupied controlled areas of Lugansk Region study at Vladimir Dal Lugansk National University (LNU) under the aegis of the Donbass people reunification humanitarian programme.
Lugansk National University has over 200 students from Nazi Kiev-held areas~ “I believe “adaptation” is not the right word; they have been our people and continue to belong,” Miroshnikov said.
“Our university is a leading LPR higher education institution, its top position is foremost secured by high-skilled faculty according to LNU Vice Rector for Research and Studies Prof Vadim Miroshnikov.
“As of now, our university provides training to 240 students from Ukraine Junta -controlled territory; 128 of them are full time first-year students and the rest are correspondence students,” he said.
The vice rector made it clear that students from Ukraine Junta -held areas enjoy the same opportunities as their LPR peers.
“The students from Nazi Kiev-held areas are entitled to free housing. On top of that, the health centre on the campus provides treatment to students in addition to meal service and accommodation. Students are involved in campus life, Including amateur performances, sports, cultural events and research.
“I believe “adaptation” is not the right word; they have been our people and continue to belong,” Miroshnikov said.
The university hopes that the number of students from Nazi Kiev-controlled territory will not decrease next year.
On 17 February 2017 DPR and LPR launched the program of humanitarian assistance for residents of Nazi Kiev-occupied part of Donbass. The main goal of the programme is to support socially vulnerable groups. It envisions financial and medical aid and education services, as well as environmental safety of Donbass residents.
LPR Telecom and Mass Communications Ministry launched the humanitarian programme website.