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Dmitry Medvedev believes the situation in Chechnya has changed for the better
First Vice-premier Dmitry Medvedev believes the situation in Chechnya has changed for the better. "It is obvious everything has been changing for the better, and I can see that myself," Medvedev declared at a meeting with students of Chechen State University on Monday. "Naturally there is much work to do yet, but if no work is done there will be no headway," Medvedev said. University Rector Anzor Muzayev said that the university resumed its work in April, 2000. Today, there are 803 teachers on staff of the university that has 72 chairs. The overall number of students, including students from the extra-curriculum departments, is 15,000. The University has more than 2,000 graduates annually. Dmitry Medvedev talked to students from the university medical department and asked them if they liked studying there. "There is a shortage of doctors, and therapeutists, in particular,” he said. "Such specialties are a deficit," he added. "Just wait, in a couple of years we shall graduate," a student said in reply. Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov, who is accompanying Dmitry Medvedev on the visit, said that the regional authorities were step-by-step restoring the social sector and peaceful life in Chechnya. After the visit to the University Medvedev went to Argun to visit a secondary school there.
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