The headquarters of the “Skopje” Educational and Cultural Foundation, which houses the International Balkan University (IBU), has been opened.
Ambassador of Turkey to Skopje Hasan Mehmet Itkok, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Education and Culture Foundation “Skopje” Recep Suleyman Ozdel, President of IBU Mehmet Dursun Erdem, Former President of the Constitutional Court Salih Murat, President of MATUSITEB Tahsin Ibrahim, Husrev Emin, Former President of MATUSITEB, and representatives attended Turkish institutions and organizations in addition to many guests.
Recep Suleyman Özdil, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Skopje Educational and Cultural Foundation, said they made a modest opening in his speech here.
Pointing out that the university is expanding and cannot fit in its place, Özdil said, “We wanted to have a place in the bazaar. We hope that this will be our first place, and we are preparing a place for our second place in the square. It will be a greater center of innovation and technology. We look forward to seeing you In opening again this summer. He will also be a worthy center for our university.” He said.
Özdil said, “We wanted this place to be a frequent destination for our students, as well as for our student associations. Today, we are open to serving with your presence. I hope it will be a useful and fruitful place for both our university and Skopje.” Use phrases.
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