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Latvian Academy of Sciences

The Latvian Academy of Sciences (LAS) was founded in February 1946 According to the charter of the LAS adopted in 1992, one of the main tasks of the Academy is to promote the development of basic and applied sciences in Latvia, interdisciplinary research in particular, as well as to pass the cultural and historical heritage of the Latvian people on to world culture and science.
The Latvian Academy of Sciences represents Latvia in: the International Council for Science (ICSU), Association of All European Academies (ALLEA), World Federation of Scientists (WFS), Union Académique Internationale (UAI), UNESCO, InterAcademy Panel (IAP) and other international scientific organizations.
It has three divisions, which unite members (327 members, including 95 full members, 90 corresponding members, 50 honorary members, and 97 foreign members) according to the principle of related sciences.

Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine

The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine is the central body of executive power, whose activity is directed and coordinated by the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine. MES is part of the executive power and is the main body in the system of central executive authorities to ensure the formation and implementation of public policies in the areas of education and science, scientific, technology and innovation, information, formation and use of national electronic information resources, creating conditions for the development of the information society, as well as in the implementation of state supervision (control) over the activities of educational institutions regardless of their subordination and form of ownership.

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