The participants of the scientific conference started their visit to the city with the ceremony of wreath laying to the Commemorative Memorial to Ahmat Hadji Kadyrov.
Then they headed for the sightseeing tour of the “Alley of Glory”.
Being in the museum the delegates got particularly excited about the reconstructed office of the first President of the Chechen Republic and the Hero of Russia. There was no shortage of interest to other objects in the museum as well.
Young scientists and PhD students from more than forty institutions of higher education and scientific institutions of Russia, Ukraine and Belorussia came together to participate in the second all-Russian Scientific Conference. Elizaveta Shur is a participant from Saint Petersburg. Her report is on the reforming of the armed forces of the USA.
Ten reports on the topics ranging from international relationships to the development of various services in the Chechen Republic are being presented at the “Youth, Science and Innovation” conference.
Chechen institutions of higher education strengthen ties with the top scientific and educational hubs of the country. With many of them there were sighed Memorandums of Understanding. The organizers of the event believe that such conferences should also encourage the development of science.
The role of the Constitution in the life of the Russian society was discussed in the round-table meeting later on. The plenary meeting was also dedicated to the 20 years anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution. The visit of the delegates to the republic was not limited by the scientific part only. Today they have been brought to the sightseeing tour of the major sights of the capital of the republic.