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Russian Foreign Ministry: BRICS Moves Forward, Creating Important Precedent

Sergey Ryabkov, after graduating in 1982 from the Moscow State Institute of International Relations (MGIMO…

Priorities And Goals Of Russia’s BRICS Chairmanship

On 1 January 2024, Russia took over the baton of presidency over the enlarged BRICS,…

Vladimir Putin Leads In Russian Presidential Election

Voting in the presidential election has ended in Russia. It started on Friday, 15 March,…

Russian Scientists Develop Innovative Device To Diagnose Heart Rhythm Disorders

Representatives of Omsk State Technical University (OmSTU), a partner of TV BRICS, are working on…

Putin Receives Project To Promote Tech Solutions With TV BRICS Support

TV BRICS is ready to offer its extensive network of media resources to create a platform for international cooperation, which is being developed by specialists of the National Technological Initiative (NTI). This was stated by Andrey Shket, Director of the Foundation “Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology Endowment”, in a conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the forum of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives (ASI) “Strong Ideas for New Times”. This is reported by the official website of the President…

TV BRICS, Moscow City Duma Sign Cooperation Agreement

TV BRICS International Media Network and the Moscow City Duma have signed a co-operation agreement. The document was signed at the TV BRICS headquarters in Moscow by Ivan Polyakov, Chairman of the media network, and Alexey Shaposhnikov, Chairman of the Moscow City Duma. The partners agreed to jointly develop co-operation between Moscow and other cities of BRICS countries, to inform the multimillion foreign audience about the interaction between the legislators of the capitals and regions, to assist each other in holding…

Russian AI Breakthrough: Neural Networks Diagnose Brain Illnesses From CT Scans

Artificial intelligence capable of recognising dozens of pathologies in a matter of minutes is helping Russian doctors in diagnosis. In Moscow, 60 algorithms analyse studies across 29 clinical areas in real time. At the same time, eight neural network services are comprehensive. “Comprehensive services are now available in planar diagnostic methods, X-ray methods, CT, CT assessment of chest organs and MRI. We used to have two different services to define haemorrhagic stroke and for ischaemic stroke. In fact, it is…

The TV BRICS International Orchestra Holds Its Premiere Concert In Russia

A presentation concert of the TV BRICS International Symphony Orchestra took place in Moscow. The event, held in the year of Russia’s BRICS Chairmanship, was attended by top officials from the embassies of the BRICS countries (Brazil, India, China, South Africa, UAE), as well as countries of Africa, Latin America, South-East Asia and the CIS (Zimbabwe, Angola, Mozambique, Venezuela, Ecuador, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Indonesia, Qatar, Myanmar, etc.). The guests of honour also included representatives of diplomatic and business circles, government authorities,…

Ethics in the Field of AI is on the Agenda of Russia’s BRICS Chairmanship

Russian President Vladimir Putin has instructed to include issues related to ethical standards in the field of artificial intelligence (AI) in the agenda of Russia’s BRICS chairmanship this year. Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin have been appointed responsible for the fulfilment of the instruction. The task of the Russian Foreign Ministry and the Cabinet of Ministers is to ensure the inclusion of issues related to the formation of ethical standards in the field of artificial intelligence,…

Russian Scientist: Each BRICS Country Adopted Its Own National Telemedicine Development Programme

Mikhail Natenzon is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Telemedicine Agency, a member of the Board of the Russian Telemedicine Consortium, and a senior researcher at the Russian Academy of Sciences. In 1972, he graduated from the Moscow Institute of Electronic Engineering (Moscow State Institute of Electronics and Mathematics) with a degree in Applied Mathematics. He is a co-author of the project of the National Telemedicine System of the Russian Federation. In 2014 he initiated the…

Russia Signs Agreement With African Countries To Train Mining Engineers

Russia has signed a cooperative agreement with nearly 30 African universities to enhance the training of mining engineers on the continent. Zimbabwean universities are also set to benefit as there are part of the Subsoil Africa Consortium Universities under which the agreement was signed. The signing of the agreements of commitment for the relevant support and implementation of this initiative follows up on the 2nd Russia – Africa Summit. At the summit African and Russian leaders agreed to explore a…

African Varsities, Russia Sign Pact to Drive Industrial Growth

An agreement has been signed with Russia by members of the Committee of Vice-Chancellors of Nigerian Universities (CVCNU) and African Vice-Chancellors. The Secretary-General, CVCNU, Prof. Yakubu Ochefu, in a statement made available to newsmen in Abuja on Friday, said that the agreement was aimed at addressing challenges in the African education system. Ochefu said that the agreement was geared towards emphasising a shift from an agrarian to an industrial economic model. He said that the agreement titled “Subsoil of Africa”…

SA Cabinet Backs PetroSA’s Decision To Work With Russia’s GazpromBank

The South African government has endorsed state-owned oil and gas company PetroSA’s decision to collaborate with Russia’s finance institution, GazpromBank, to revive the gas-to-liquids (GTL) project in Mossel Bay, Western Cape. Since encountering stock feed challenges in 2020, GTL has not been operating at its full production capacity. Khumbudzo Ntshavheni, the Minister in the Presidency, said they were informed about the decision during a special Cabinet meeting held on Friday, December 8, 2023. Ntshavheni provided journalists with a comprehensive update…

Russia-Africa Mining Congress Opens

A congress for Russian and African science and technology mining experts opened here on Tuesday to explore ways to enhance the training of mining engineers. The week-long event themed: “International Congress: Africa Seeks Solutions,” has attracted 150 participants from 45 African countries. This event was organised by the International Competence Centre for Mining Engineering Education under the auspices of Unesco in partnership with the Subsoil Africa Consortium of Universities and the Catherine ll St Petersburg Mining University. Subsoil Africa Consortium…

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