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Russians have generally felt that their qualifications were undervalued as a result of inadequate knowledge and lack of appropriate information on the contents and scope of education offered in the Russian Federation.
The Working Group met three times: in the Hague, the Netherlands, 22-23 November 1995; in Moscow, the Russian Federation, 18-; and in Jerusalem, Israel, 7-10 October 1996.
The Working Group analyzed problems encountered in the process of the recognition of qualifications between the Russian Federation and the other European countries based on replies to a questionnaire circulated to members of the ENIC network; elaborated guidelines on the recognition of qualifications from the other European countries in the Russian Federation and of Russian qualifications in the other European countries; and produced a description of the Russian educational system.
To facilitate the assessment of Russian qualifications, it was considered useful to produce a description of the Russian educational system.
The Working Group was established (), approved by the ENIC meeting in Ljubljana (June 1995), with the UNESCO Office in Bucharest (CEPES) assuring its Secretariat. Stamenka Uvalic-Trumbic, Programme Specialist, co-ordinated the activities of the Working Group in her capacity as Co-secretary of the Council of Europe/UNESCO ENIC network.