9 classrooms at Omer Prizrenje Secondary School located in the city of Prizren, Southern Kosovo, renovated and operated by the Turkish Representation Delegation Headquarters working under the direction of the Kosovo Peace Force.
The opening ceremony was attended by Turkey’s Ambassador to Pristina Sabri Tunc Angeli, Prizren Consul General Jalal Dogan, head of the delegation of Turkey’s representative in Kosovo Colonel Recay Yilmaz, Yunus Emre Institute coordinator Ramazan Yilmaz, coordinator of the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA), and Pristina coordinator Cihan Dencer’. school as well as teachers, students and guests.
Ambassador Angeli, in his speech here, said that Prizren is an important center for Turkey.
Stating that he believes that Prizren will be one of the cultural capitals of Europe in the future with its deep and rich culture, Angeli said, “I believe that Prizren, where Albanians, Bosnians and Turks live together, is not only the cultural capital of Kosovo, but also one of the most important cultural centers in the Balkans. It was The acceptance of Turkish as a language of education is an important achievement for the Turks in Yugoslavia and Kosovo. The Turks at that time fought for this and I am sure you will protect this heritage in order to keep the Turkish language alive in the future.” Use phrases.
The head of the Turkish Representative Committee for Kosovo, Yilmaz, stated that they have strengthened the friendship and brotherhood relations that existed between Turkey and Kosovo for centuries through the projects they have achieved, and said, “We are proud to implement projects for Kosovo to reach a bright future in various fields such as education, health and infrastructure.” He said.
After the speeches, guests cut the ribbon inaugural of the renovation project and toured the classrooms.
Within the scope of the project, 9 classrooms in the school were renovated; Desks, chairs and other necessary equipment have been purchased.
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