Turkey's Pamukkale University signed a protocol with Macedonia's Tetova State University
and Kosovo's Pristina University to boost cooperation in education and research.
Turkey's Pamukkale University (PAU) signed a protocol with Macedonia's Tetova State University and Kosovo's Pristina University to boost cooperation in education and research on Tuesday.
A signature ceremony took place at the PAU Rector's Office for the protocol.
The ceremony was attended by the Governor of the western province of Denizli, Abdulkadir Demir, PAU Rector Prof. Dr. Huseyin Bagci, Rector of Tetova State University Prof. Dr. Agron Reka, Rector of Pristina University Prof. Dr. Muje Rugova, academicians and other dignitaries.
Speaking at the ceremony, PAU Rector Prof. Huseyin Bagci said that they considered it a duty to promote relations with universities in the Balkans.
Touching on the Anadolu Agency's (AA) recent move in the Balkans, the Rector of Tetova State University Prof. Agron Reka said that "AA's efforts in the Balkans were
Rector of the Pristina University Prof. Rugova said that they were highly pleased to learn that the AA would soon provide news services in the Albanian language.
Ties between our communities would get stronger by such cooperation and activities, Rugova added.