Albanian national Irinda Göbani, who studied in Izmir between 2004-2008 as part of the Prime Ministry Scholarship Program, noted that she had the opportunity to get to know Turkish culture and people closely during her years of study in Turkey.
Gobani, who told the AA reporter about the impressions he gained during his studies in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Ece University, said that Turkey is very beautiful, but Izmir has a different beauty.
Stating that he would choose Izmir again if he went to Turkey, Gobani continued his words as follows:
“For four years, I got to know the culture of Turkey very closely, learned how helpful and humane the people of Turkey are, and saw them firsthand. I saw their hospitality. In fact, staying in Turkey for four years added very positive values to me. I see that I am a better person. Because of my little behavior What I saw from the people there, when we looked at how they interacted with people at work, especially how they dealt with foreign students, we found that they were really helpful people. We felt at home as long as we were in Turkey.”
Jobani described Turkey as a “paradise” from its nature to its common culture, and from its proximity to Albania to culture, antiquities and activities, and said that he returned to his country after graduation and began working as a commercial advisor at the Turkish Embassy in Tirana. .
Jobani said that he conducted studies on economic and trade relations and exhibitions between the two countries during his tenure at the Trade Consulting Office, “then in 2014 I moved to the Albanian-Turkish Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ATTSO). Turkish companies operating in Albania knew the volume of trade and investments between the two countries, and they went to Chamber of Commerce. Then I was appointed General Secretary of ATTSO. He said.
Irenda Göbani, who mentioned that she visits Turkey frequently and has contacts with organizations such as the Federation of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) and the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce, added that she has been working in representing Turkish Maarif Foundation in Albania for 3 years after ATTSO.
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