The rector of AUL Kamal Abdulla met with India's ambassador

09 june, 2017

On June 9, the rector of Azerbaijan University of Languages (AUL) Kamal Abdulla met with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of India to Azerbaijan Sanjay Rana.

Greeting the guest, the rector K.Abdulla expressed satisfaction with the cooperation of a great country like India with Azerbaijan. He noted that the university is planned to establish the club "Ambassador's Hour". Rector said that the aim of this project is not only to make familiar the ambassadors with the centers of the university, but also the establishment of relations with other organizations to ensure that they deliver lectures at the university. He invited the Ambassador to deliver lectures in "Ambassador's Hour".

AUL’s rector thanked the Ambassador for attention and creating the conditions for the students in India. The works will be expanded in the direction of propagating Indian language and culture and Azerbaijan center should be created in one of the universities of India, he proposed.

The rector K.Abdulla noted that Azerbaijan is to be considered one of the multicultural countries in the world and India is one of the multicultural country, he added. The chances of the two countries learn from each other in this direction, he said. The rector  proposed teaching of the course “ Azerbaijan multiculturalism” in one of the  universities of India and  our country has enough experience  with teaching of this course, he said. "We are ready to send teachers to teach the course” K.Abdulla said and presented the ambassador book “Literary sources of Azerbaijan multiculturalism ".

Expressing his gratitude for the warm reception S.Rana spoke about India's ties with AUL. India center, operating at the university receives nearly 10 students during a year, he has noted. In the near future, teachers from India will visit AUL and the students will obtain full information about India, he added. He said that they will start negotiations on teaching "Azerbaijan multiculturalism” with universities in India.

The sides also discussed other issues related to the prospects for future cooperation.