Signing in Moscow of a cooperation agreement with the Federal Institute of Higher Education “Russian State Academy of Intellectual Property” (RSAIP),

The Center for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) of the University of Strasbourg is pleased to announce the signing of an international cooperation agreement with the Federal Institute of Higher Education “The Russian State Academy of Intellectual property” (RSAIP). The signing of the agreement took place on Tuesday, 19 October 2021, in Moscow, during the 27th meeting of the Economic, Financial, Industrial and Commercial Council (CEFIC).

This cooperation was initiated by the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) and the Federal Service for Intellectual Property (ROSPATENT), which meet within the framework of CEFIC.

The CEFIC is a high-level seminar whose main objective is to deepen the existing economic relations between France and Russia based on their strategic partnerships, but also to launch new cooperation. It is a high-level dialogue between ministers and business communities of the two countries.

The Russian State Academy of Intellectual Property (RSAIP) is a subordinate of the Federal Service for Intellectual Property (ROSPATENT) and is the only higher education institution in Russia that trains specialists in the field of intellectual property.

This agreement was signed by Ms. Alexandra ARAKELOVA, Rector of RSAIP and by Mr. Yann BASIRE, Director General of CEIPI, in the presence of Mr. Pascal FAURE, Director General of INPI, Ms. Victoria GALKOVSKAYA, Deputy Head of ROSPATENT, Ms. Galina MIKHEEVA, Head of the International Cooperation Department at ROSPATENT, Ms. Maya EVDOKIMOVA, Vice-Rector for Science and Innovative Development at RSAIP, Ms. Daria BIRYUKOVA, Director of the IP RSAIP International Competence Center, Mr. François-Xavier de BEAUFORT, Director of economic action at INPI, Mr. Nelson EMERI, INPI Regional Intellectual Property Advisor for C.E.I. Ukraine and Georgia, and representatives of federal ministries and offices.

Mr. Basire was accompanied by a delegation from CEIPI composed of Ms. Stéphanie CARRE, Associate Professor at CEIPI, Ms. Chloé PIEDOIE and Maëlle SENGEL, Assistant Researchers at CEIPI.