Georgian Minister of Education welcomes Director of European Science and Technology Cooperation


The importance of Georgia’s membership in European cooperation in science and technology and its “fruitful” cooperation with the organization were the focus of a meeting between Georgian Minister of Education Mikheil Chkhenkeli and Ronald de Bruin , the director of COST, the ministry announced. Thursday.

At the meeting, Chkhenkeli said Georgia’s full membership of the organization was an “extremely significant achievement” for the country that would provide an opportunity for the Georgian scientific community to get involved in the defining process. the strategic future of the organization.

Chkhenkeli also informed de Bruin about Georgia joining Horizon Europe – the European Union’s new framework program for research and innovation.

For his part, de Bruin expressed the hope that Georgian scientists would get involved and take advantage of “every opportunity” offered by COST.

Georgia became a full member of the EU-funded organization in March, enabling Georgian researchers and innovators to use the organization’s networking tools, expand and strengthen international scientific connections and ensure the international success of their research projects.


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