PM Mishustin Calls for Closer Collaboration Between Roshydromet and Educational Institutions

PM Mishustin Calls for Closer Collaboration Between Roshydromet and Educational Institutions


Addressing the board of the Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring (Roshydromet), Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin emphasized the growing need for qualified personnel to tackle the increasingly complex challenges faced by the hydrometeorological sector.

"The tasks facing the industry are becoming increasingly complex," Mishustin stated. 

"It is necessary to establish closer ties with universities and colleges to train qualified specialists, engineers, and scientists."

He highlighted the successful collaboration between Roshydromet and the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) as a model for future partnerships. 

"Talented students studied under the guidance of your colleagues and then joined Roshydromet," Mishustin noted.

Underscoring the significance of human capital in the hydrometeorological sector, the Prime Minister emphasized its role in both economic development and national security. He also pointed to President Putin's recent address to the Federal Assembly, where he emphasized the crucial contribution of specialists in forestry, meteorology, and environmental protection to ensuring Russia's ecological well-being. In this regard, the President instructed the government to raise their salaries, a commitment Mishustin reaffirmed.

The Prime Minister expressed his gratitude to Roshydromet representatives for their dedication to advancing Russia's economy and ensuring the safety of its citizens. He also extended his appreciation to Roshydromet veterans for their invaluable service.

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