Representatives from the Vietnamese Embassy in Russia, the Vietnamese Party Committee in Russia, FU leaders, sponsoring businesses, and a large number of Vietnamese students and graduate students studying at the FU attended the event. Also present were Vietnamese students from other universities in Moscow, as well as Russian and international students.

The event aimed to introduce Vietnamese cultural traditions, 3D technology showcasing impressive tourist destinations in Vietnam and Russia, and typical Vietnamese cuisine to Russian and international friends.

Furthermore, there was a painting exhibition showcasing the friendship between the two sides and a song and dance program performed by Vietnamese and Russian students from FU and other universities in Moscow.

During his speech, Stanislav Prokofiev, the principal of the Financial University, emphasized the long-standing friendly and mutually beneficial relationship between Russia and Vietnam. He regarded the exceptional warmth and closeness between the two peoples as a rare precedent in world history.

Prokofiev expressed pride in the fact that the university currently hosts over 180 Vietnamese students and graduate students.

He also mentioned that he recently agreed with the Vietnamese Embassy in Russia to organize Vietnam Day on the university’s campus. He believed that this tradition not only allows Vietnamese students to connect with each other, but also helps to introduce Vietnamese culture and art to Russian and foreign students.

Nguyen Doan Hai, Counselor of the Vietnamese Embassy in Russia, welcomed the event and stated that it will contribute to promoting the friendly relationship between Vietnam and Russia, as well as between the Financial University and the Vietnamese Embassy in Russia. This year marks the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Treaty on the Basic Principles of Friendly Relations between Vietnam and the Russian Federation.