Post Date:
16 September 2022
Views:
107
Share:

Sumy State University was represented in a Belsat international channel report. Journalists talked to Inna SHKOLNYK (the vice-chancellor for research and teaching). Also, there were chats with students and visits to university shelters. Besides, online study issues were discussed.

SumDU members shared their memories about the first war days. They spoke on wartime study and work, future hopes. Everybody has been missing live communication and believe in the close victory.

By the way, Belsat is a Polish satellite channel. Its coverage is made by journalists from Belarus, Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine and the Czech Republic. It broadcasts in Belorussian (sometimes in Russian).

More details in the report: