Presented the opportunities offered by the established cooperation between the Secretariat for European Affairs and the College of Europe - Natolin
Secretariat for European Affairs (SEA) and the College of Europe - Natolin from
Poland signed a Memorandum of Understanding which opens a possibility of
further improvement of the knowledge and expertise of civil administration
working in the field of European integration processes.
this occasion today were presented the programmes and opportunities offered by
this prestigious European educational institution in front of the interested
representatives of several institutions and organisations in the SEA. The
Deputy Prime Minister Arbër Ademi had a meeting with the representatives of the
college- Richard Washington and Matea Fillipin right before the presentation.
College of Europe - Natolin is a reputable brand with certain results and high
reputation which is well known to all those working on the topics related to
the EU and the process of European integration. It is a high education
institution that laid the foundation of the academic discipline which today is
called European studies. Therefore, for us the possibility to cooperate and use
the capacities and knowledge of this college is an opportunity and privilege of
which I am sure we know how to use," said Ademi in his opening speech at
delegation from the College of Europe - Natolin was welcomed by the State
Secretary for European Affairs, Ana Blazheska who thanked for the efforts that
were made in this cooperation and expressed her expectations for its
enhancement at multiple levels and through various projects.
his address, the representative of the College - Richard Washington stressed
the support of the Deputy Prime Minister and the State Secretary and stressed
that this Memorandum of Understanding is crucial in particular for the state
administration that works on EU issues, but also for future generations.
cooperation between the Secretariat for European Affairs and the College of
Europe - Natolin is an additional investment in human capital development held
by the state administration, as well as new possibilities and opportunities for
professional development of educated youth in the country, particularly in the
work and functioning of the EU institutions.