14.02.2020 | 
Society
YSU FACULTY OF LAW STUDENT COUNCIL STATEMENT ON TODAY'S NSS MASSAGE
YSU FACULTY OF LAW STUDENT COUNCIL STATEMENT ON TODAY'S NSS MASSAGE
The Student Council of YSU Faculty of Law expresses its concern over today's announcement by the NSS.

YSU Faculty of Law Student Council expresses deep concern to the students of the Faculty of Law by the RA National Security Service on 14.01.2020.

The impression is that this message is intended to discredit the students of the faculty in a situation of legal uncertainty.

We find that such an approach unnecessarily undermines the good reputation, professional dignity of the faculty students, and discredits them in the university and extracurricular environment.

We urge the NSS to refrain from spreading messages that may indirectly harm the students of the Faculty of Law.

The Student Council of YSU Faculty of Law

 

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