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MGIMO and MIEP will help prepare personnel for “Colmar”
MGIMO The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Russia, the International Institute for Energy Policy and Diplomacy MGIMO and the coal-mining company Kolmar have signed a cooperation agreement. It will provide a high-level, practice-oriented preparation for the implementation of large-scale projects of the company, including the export of the company's products to the countries of the Asia-Pacific region.
“The agreement opens up new opportunities for both the MGIMO University and the International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy, and for the Colmar Company. This is an effective joint work on the development of personnel potential, improvement of practice-oriented training, advanced training of specialists, expansion of expert-analytical activity, aimed at successful implementation of the most important projects of the coal industry, ”said Valery Salygin, MIEP MGIMO research director.
Universities and "Colmar" will actively work on training at a high international level, as well as on the implementation of advanced training programs and additional education for company employees. An important focus will be the organization of master classes by management and leading experts of the company, as well as internships and internships for students and undergraduates of MGIMO and MIEP at Colmar.
According to the press service of the company, the parties will jointly conduct a research program on topical issues of sustainable development and international cooperation in the coal industry. Special attention will be paid to the development of mechanisms for creating a favorable investment climate in the coal industry, the optimization of sustainable innovation development strategies, management of foreign economic relations, analysis of economic and environmental risks in the implementation of coal mining and coal processing projects, new technologies in the industry, taking into account the best world experience.
“We are interested in highly qualified personnel, therefore our cooperation with the International Institute of Energy Policy and Diplomacy of MGIMO is extremely relevant. The need of the company "Kolmar" in personnel before 2022 of the year is more than five thousand people. After three years, the number of employees will increase to nine thousand people. In addition, we will provide a unique opportunity for the residents of Yakutia to receive a quality education at a high international level, ”said Anna Tsivileva, chairman of the board of directors of Kolmar Group LLC.