On April 16th, a meeting took place between the Rector of Ivano-Frankivsk National Medical University, Roman Yatsyshyn, and the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of India, Shri Harsh Kumar Jain.

 The event commenced at the Ivano-Frankivsk Regional State Administration. The head of the regional administration, Svitlana Onyshchuk, extended gratitude to the Indian Ambassador for supporting Ukraine.

The Ambassador of India also visited the Regional Clinical Hospital. The institution's General Director, Ostap Hryshchuk, provided insight into the regional hospital:

"Our hospital has approximately a thousand beds, 24 departments, and 14 chairs based at our institution. We treat over 40,000 people annually and perform around 35,000 surgeries."

According to Ostap Hryshchuk, since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, the regional hospital has been actively involved in treating our defenders.

The honorable guest also interacted with both international and domestic students. Medical students shared with the ambassador how the educational process unfolds at the university.

The Rector of IFNMU, Roman Yatsyshyn, the Vice-Rector for Scientific and Pedagogical Work and International Relations Mariia Hryshchuk, and the head of the International Relations Department, Khrystyna Lesiv, conducted a tour of the university's morphological building and anatomical museum for the Indian Ambassador.

Roman Yatsyshyn shared interesting historical facts about the medical university. During the meeting, the parties also discussed the prospects for further cooperation.

"We are grateful for our good partnership with Ambassador of India. Foreign students, including those from India, are an integral part of our university family. They actively participate in our university's leisure activities and promote Ukrainian culture. We are thankful for the visit of our honorary guest and hope for further cooperation."

Shri Harsh Kumar Jain thanked the university administration for the fruitful cooperation and assured that our future joint work would be active and productive.