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Visit of pupils to the Secretariat for European Affairs
12:58, Friday, February 27, 2015

The Secretariat for European Affairs hosted today a group of pupils from the Quality Schools International. The pupils are from 11 to 17 years of age from different countries, living together with their families in Macedonia.

During their visit of SEA, the pupils met with the Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Macedonia in charge of European Affairs, Fatmir Besimi, PhD, where they had the opportunity to discuss about the European aspirations of the Republic of Macedonia, the importance and the challenges that the country faces in the process of integration and other issues of their interest.

"The diversity in this group and your connection with Macedonia will contribute to a stronger relationship with our country that will make you future ambassadors of the Republic of Macedonia", said the Deputy Prime Minister Besimi to the pupils.

After the discussion, the pupils had the opportunity to visit the premises of the SEA and also to learn about the work of the sectors of the Secretariat.

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