Japan-North Africa College Summit, alternative of cooperation in science and expertise

The Japan-North Africa College Summit is a perfect alternative for interplay and change among the many scientific communities of North Africa (Algeria, Morocco, Egypt), Japan and Nigeria to bolster cooperation in science and expertise and obtain sustainable growth objectives, Minister of Greater Schooling and Scientific Analysis Moncef Boukthir stated Wednesday on the opening of the 4th session of this summit.

It is a large-scale occasion which showcases the long-standing ties and the spirit of collaboration amongst researchers and teachers taking part within the summit, the minister stated.

“Through the years, the Japan-North Africa College Summit has established itself as a platform for partnership and change of information that has considerably contributed to attaining sustainable growth objectives,” he added. Tunisia had beforehand hosted the three earlier periods of this summit.

Boukthir counseled the distinguished partnership between Tunisia and Japan in areas associated to science, expertise, and sustainable growth.

He reviewed the varied mechanisms supposed to strengthen cooperation, together with scholar exchanges, technical and monetary cooperation, conferences, joint analysis tasks, and South-South cooperation.

A number of college presidents from Tunisia, Japan and Africa in addition to the Japanese Ambassador to Tunisia attended the summit.

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