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The Court of Accounts participates in the International Scientific Conference, organized by AESM

March 12, 2021 views 655


Between March 11-12, the International Student Scientific Conference "The Challenges of Accounting in the Vision of Young Researchers" is taking place. The event takes place online, being hosted by the Faculty of Accounting of the Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova (AESM).

The conference is organized for students, in partnership with the Court of Accounts of the Republic of Moldova, the University "Stefan cel Mare" in Suceava, the University "December 1, 1918" in Alba Iulia and the State University in Polotsk.

The Court of Accounts, within this event, is represented by Petru Rotaru, Member of the CoARM. Mr. Rotaru, as an active promoter of information and training of the nominated faculty students on the specifics of external public audit, regularly participates in various training sessions and workshops, as a trainer.

AESM is the institution that provides quality staff for the financial accounting field and, especially for the CoARM, remarked Petru Rotaru during the event. We support and encourage, in particular, through the partnership we have, to develop such research platforms, which identify problems but also solutions in the financial accounting field, concluded the member of the Court of Accounts. "With great pleasure I participate in this forum and I note with satisfaction that the human potential is enormous, and young researchers in the conditions of the pandemic have not stopped their work," said Petru Rotaru.

The purpose of this conference is to stimulate interest in scientific research among young people, as well as the steps taken to promote and increase institutional visibility, in line with the traditions and expectations induced by students.

About 80 participants from the Republic of Moldova, Romania and Belarus had the opportunity to present their 49 scientific papers designed to capitalize on previously acquired knowledge and offer multiple benefits to humanity.