On April 6, South Ural State University is going to hold the Arabic Culture Day with participation of students from Egypt, Iraq, Yemen, Sudan, Algeria, Jordan and Syria. Organizer of the event is SUSU’s International Affairs Division.
International students from all around the South Ural will introduce architecture and art of their countries to the audience, show the most well-known sights and ancient cities, and demonstrate their performance abilities.
“I took part in organizing the event; it is a real holiday for us! I like studying at SUSU. I am a bachelor’s degree student majoring in program engineering. I like this country, people here are very friendly,” Ali, a student from Iraq, shared his emotions.
This year, the Arabic Culture Day is to be visited by honorable guests: Nadir Yousif Eltayeb Babiker, the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Sudan to the Russian Federation, Sami Aburajaa Alageb, the Secretary of the Embassy, and Riad Haddad, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Syrian Arab Republic to the Russian Federation.
Moreover, a meeting of the Ambassadors with students from Arab countries, where topical issues of education and residence of foreign citizens are to be discussed, will be held.