On January 25 (Tatiana's Day), Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit Moscow State University, where he will talk with students and inspect the new university building. This was reported by the press service of the Kremlin.
“On January 25, on the Day of Russian Students, Vladimir Putin will visit the country’s leading university — Lomonosov Moscow State University,” — says in the message.
The Kremlin added that the head of state will also be told about plans for the development of the Lomonosov scientific cluster on Sparrow Hills.
On January 22, Putin's visit to Moscow State University was announced in the Moscow. Kremlin. Putin." It was noted that this week he will also hold an operational meeting with permanent members of the Security Council of the Russian Federation.
On January 25, Russia celebrates the Day of Russian Students. This holiday was established by decree of the head of state in 2005. The previous time Putin met with students of Moscow State University on Tatiana's Day in 2017.
In January 2019, he also visited the historic building of Moscow State University on Mokhovaya Street, which now houses the Institute of African and Asian Countries. Then Putin visited the Museum of Anthropology of Moscow State University and talked with university students.