No one to restrict Ukrainian students' studying in Russian universities - Livanov

Following Crimea's accession to Russia, Moscow will ensure the rights of the region's students and teachers regardless on their nationality, Russian Minister of Education and Sciences Dmitry Livanov told reporters on Tuesday.

Following Crimea's accession to Russia, Moscow will ensure the rights of the region's students and teachers regardless on their nationality, Russian Minister of Education and Sciences Dmitry Livanov told reporters on Tuesday.

"As to students from Crimea, they will study just as they studied. (…) As to other Ukrainian students and teachers, if they work in Russian universities, we will not impose any restrictions on their studies and work," the minister said.

Russia "is utterly convinced that the education system of Crimea will become a part of Russia's," Livanov said.

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