Crimean Tatar won Baltic Scientific and Engineering Competition

A schoolboy Seytasanov Mustafa, a resident of the Russia-occupied city of Yevpatoriya, won a prestigious Baltic Scientific and Engineering Competition held in early February in St. Petersburg.

11 February 2016 11:46

According to the press service of the Crimean Muftiat, a young scientist presented a project in Mathematics, entitled "Application of uniform motion to the solution of planimetric problems."

The winner was congratulated by the Chief Imam of Yevpatoria region Eskender Memetov and MP of Yevpatoria City Council Eldar Ibrahimov.

- Mustafa is a member of the Minor Academy of Sciences, he is the pride of our neighborhood of Ismail Bey, the city of Yevpatoria, and all Crimea. We are grateful to his mother Gulshide Abhairovna for bringing up such a son, said MP Eldar Ibrahimov.

The 12th Baltic Science and Engineering Competition brought together the brightest scientific research in mathematics, programming, physics, engineering, biology, chemistry, which were created by young scientists from different cities of Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Kazakhstan.

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