Was signed the first cooperation agreement Kosova -Macedonia in the field of education and science

July 2, 2015

Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Mr. Arsim Bajrami and minister of Education of Macedonia, Mr. Abdilaqim Ademi, have signed today a Cooperation Agreement in the area of education and science, which is the first agreement of this kind between two states.

This agreement was signed at the fourth ministerial meeting of the Western Balkan countries, which is being held in Vlora, organized by the European Commission within the Education and Training Platform for Western Balkans.

Minister Bajrami, on this occasion said that after the agreement that was signed with the Republic of Albania, this is another very important moment since for the first time we are signing a cooperation agreement with the Republic of Macedonia to intensify cooperation in the focus of high construction quality standards.

“Our countries are in process of reformation of the education system and no doubt that Kosova and Macedonia are two neighbouring states which can cooperate more at the education area”, said minister Bajrami.

While, minister Ademi stressed that with this agreement is deepen the cooperation, starting from experience exchange of both countries, deepening the cooperation in the literature exchange of teachers, pupils, students, but also application opportunity of both countries in using European projects, that are important also for development of education in general, but also for scientific researches.

During the day, minister Bajrami met also with minister of Education of Montenegro, Mr. Predrag Boshkovic, with who has discussed for education of Albanians living there and cooperation opportunities at all education levels.

An informal meeting, minister Bajrami has developed with minister of Education of Serbia, Mr. Serdjan Verbic, where he discussed also for the education of Albanians living in the Presheva Valley and the process of bilateral recognition of diplomas between the two countries.

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