Foreign Ministry and CUT sign memorandum of cooperation

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT), based in Limassol, have signed a memorandum of cooperation aiming to promote the international image of Cyprus in cultural diplomacy and the international aspect of shipping.

Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Christodoulides said that through this cooperation the effort would be for Cyprus to make the most of its universities and academics.

He stressed that the cooperation is a substantial one.

“We seek to make the most of the academic and scientific personnel’s expertise and the universitys activities in very specific areas such as Cyprus international image, cultural diplomacy and the international aspects of shipping,” Christodoulides said.

Christodoulides praised the CUTs work, noting that “it has managed during a very short timeframe in academic terms to be recognised at an international and European level and this is due to the Board, the academic personnel, the administrative personnel and the students themselves.”

He added, that the Republic of Cyprus was particularly proud both on CUT’s activities at home and abroad.

The Foreign Minister also said that the government was looking into plans to develop education diplomacy which has been made the most of for a long time now by other countries, “but we have delayed in promoting.” He added that a relevant proposal iwass expected to be tabled at Cabinet level soon.

On his part, CUTs Rector Andreas Anayiotos said that the memorandum established a very promising cooperation at a scientific, educational and cultural level which would be implemented, among other actions, with the exchange of know-how, the joint participation in research programmes, the offer of consultative, scientific services, joint cultural, scientific and educational events and students work placements.

Head of the Board of Directors of the university Panicos Philippou, expressed the certainty that the cooperation protocol would signal the beginning of a fruitful cooperation in matters of common interest with multiple benefits of the country.

Source: Cyprus News Agency

Foreign Ministry and CUT sign memorandum of cooperation

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT), based in Limassol, have signed a memorandum of cooperation aiming to promote the international image of Cyprus in cultural diplomacy and the international aspect of shipping.

Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Christodoulides said that through this cooperation the effort would be for Cyprus to make the most of its universities and academics.

He stressed that the cooperation is a substantial one.

“We seek to make the most of the academic and scientific personnel’s expertise and the universitys activities in very specific areas such as Cyprus international image, cultural diplomacy and the international aspects of shipping,” Christodoulides said.

Christodoulides praised the CUTs work, noting that “it has managed during a very short timeframe in academic terms to be recognised at an international and European level and this is due to the Board, the academic personnel, the administrative personnel and the students themselves.”

He added, that the Republic of Cyprus was particularly proud both on CUT’s activities at home and abroad.

The Foreign Minister also said that the government was looking into plans to develop education diplomacy which has been made the most of for a long time now by other countries, “but we have delayed in promoting.” He added that a relevant proposal iwass expected to be tabled at Cabinet level soon.

On his part, CUTs Rector Andreas Anayiotos said that the memorandum established a very promising cooperation at a scientific, educational and cultural level which would be implemented, among other actions, with the exchange of know-how, the joint participation in research programmes, the offer of consultative, scientific services, joint cultural, scientific and educational events and students work placements.

Head of the Board of Directors of the university Panicos Philippou, expressed the certainty that the cooperation protocol would signal the beginning of a fruitful cooperation in matters of common interest with multiple benefits of the country.

Source: Cyprus News Agency

Foreign Ministry and CUT sign memorandum of cooperation

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT), based in Limassol, have signed a memorandum of cooperation aiming to promote the international image of Cyprus in cultural diplomacy and the international aspect of shipping.

Foreign Affairs Minister Nikos Christodoulides said that through this cooperation the effort would be for Cyprus to make the most of its universities and academics.

He stressed that the cooperation is a substantial one.

“We seek to make the most of the academic and scientific personnel’s expertise and the universitys activities in very specific areas such as Cyprus international image, cultural diplomacy and the international aspects of shipping,” Christodoulides said.

Christodoulides praised the CUTs work, noting that “it has managed during a very short timeframe in academic terms to be recognised at an international and European level and this is due to the Board, the academic personnel, the administrative personnel and the students themselves.”

He added, that the Republic of Cyprus was particularly proud both on CUT’s activities at home and abroad.

The Foreign Minister also said that the government was looking into plans to develop education diplomacy which has been made the most of for a long time now by other countries, “but we have delayed in promoting.” He added that a relevant proposal iwass expected to be tabled at Cabinet level soon.

On his part, CUTs Rector Andreas Anayiotos said that the memorandum established a very promising cooperation at a scientific, educational and cultural level which would be implemented, among other actions, with the exchange of know-how, the joint participation in research programmes, the offer of consultative, scientific services, joint cultural, scientific and educational events and students work placements.

Head of the Board of Directors of the university Panicos Philippou, expressed the certainty that the cooperation protocol would signal the beginning of a fruitful cooperation in matters of common interest with multiple benefits of the country.

Source: Cyprus News Agency