Kosovo Ambassador makes his first official visit to the Holon Technology Institute


Ambassador of the Republic of Kosovo to Israel Ines Demiri visited the Holon Institute of Technology (HIT) this week on her first official visit as Ambassador to Israel.

During his visit, Demiri said the people of Kosovo thank Israel for its recognition of the country’s independence and expressed their wish to strengthen ties between Israel and Kosovo in various fields, including higher education, which she believes is particularly important to her and which is high on Kosovo’s priority list.

“We have more than 70 agreements with higher education institutions in 26 countries and we want to continue to advance higher education,” Demiri said. “To this end, we want to use the vast amount of academic and professional knowledge that HIT has to offer, and it was not by change that I chose the institute for my first official visit.

Demiri also invited the president of HIT to visit Kosovo and said that the innovation center founded there could be a basis for cooperation.

HIT President Prof. Eduard Yakubov welcomed the suggestion, saying he would be happy to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with Kosovo academic institutions and host joint academic programs, student exchanges and joint conferences.

The visit was organized by the Ambassador of Israel to North Macedonia and Head of the Balkans Department at the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Dan Oryan, and in honor of the success of HIT’s program for heritage technologies in Macedonia North.

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