Ambassador of Kosovo Güner Ureya has emphasised on boosting Bangladesh-Kosovo bilateral ties and highlighted future aspects of academic cooperation between the two countries.
The ambassador gave a lecture titled, “Kosovo Bangladesh relations: Thinking from the periphery and lessons for development, culture, and state-building” at the 60th Resident Semester of BRAC University Residential Campus on Monday, said a press release received on Tuesday.
In his presentation, he delivered a keynote speech on the historical chronology of Kosovo, the state-building process, and Kosovo-Bangladesh bilateral relations, which were followed up by a question-and-answer session.
This presentation also allowed the audience to get key information on Kosovo and its basic geopolitics. At the end of the lecture, the ambassador briefly underlined future aspects of academic collaborations between Kosovan and Bangladeshi Universities.Afterwards, Dr Sharon Hart, who is currently in Bangladesh as a Fulbright Specialist and served as a President at Rochester Institute of Technology- Kosovo (AUK), presented a friendly demonstration on US- Kosovo relationship and academic life in Kosovo.
Based on her own professional experience in Kosovo, she suggested BRAC University to explore the opportunities for collaboration with RIT (AUK) and other higher educational institutions in Kosovo.Later on, Ambassador Ureya along with Dr Sharon and Dr David Dowland had a short trip around the residential campus. The ambassador also had a friendly discussion with students about the scholarship opportunities and possibilities of exchange of students between educational institutions.