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Ten of the most talented telecommunication technologies students in Lithuania have signed the first agreement with the organizers of the project Seeds for the Future to do a two-week internship in China marking the end of the program between Huawei and Lithuanian universities.

Ten students from Vilnius University (VU), Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU) and Kaunas University of Technology (KTU) will travel to China on June 11 to start in internship in Huawei Research and development (R&D) and innovation centers.

“This group of young Lithuanian students going to China symbolizes the ever growing bilateral cooperation. Our government has made great efforts to establish closer bilateral economic, academic and cultural relations,” said Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevičius.

“As a global company it is important for us to integrate and participate in the activitities of the country in which we operate. Lithuania has been very welcoming to us, we were able to continually grow and develop every year to reach more and more new targets. Now we are investing our knowledge and expertise, experience in Lithuania‘s students - future experts in the field, seeking to develop well educated professionals prepared for the tech industry, to discover new ICT talent and to bridge the gap between theoretical and practical knowledge,” said Huawei General Manager for the Baltic countries Zhu Lu.

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