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Dr. Lagumdžija Informed about the Activities and Plans of the Bosna Sema Educational Institutions
Jan 31, 2014

Dr. Lagumdžija Informed about the Activities and Plans of the Bosna Sema Educational Institutions

Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Dr. Zlatko Lagumdžija received Bosna Sema Educational Institutions delegation on 30th of January 2013.


Deputy Chairman of the Council of Ministers and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Dr. Zlatko Lagumdžija talked with the rector of the International Burch University, Prof.Dr. Mehmet Uzunoğlu, President of the Board of Bosna Sema Educational Institutions Mehmet Mutlu Karaosman, and Director of Bosna Sema Educational Institutions Ismail Yapici.

Representatives of the Bosna Sema Educational Institutions informed Dr. Lagumdžija that primary and secondary schools within this educational institution is attended by 2,150 youngsters from across the country, while the International Burch University is attended by 1100 students. During the meeting, one of the discussion topics also was newly opened elementary school of Bosna Sema Educational Institutions in Mostar, which is attended by Bosnian, Croatian and all other children together, and called "one school under one roof”.

The guests stressed the particular plans for further development of the high school educational institutions as a center of excellence for science and mathematics in B-H, and the intention of establishing more intensive cooperation between the Turkish State Institute of Technology and the academic community in B-H.

They also informed Dr. Lagumdžija about the successes at the international level achieved by pupils and students of these educational institutions, and the fact that during the past year these students won more than 60 medals in international competitions in the fields of science, of which more than 20 are golden medals. They stressed that they are particularly proud of the fact that their students, who come from a country that has about four million people, win and leave behind students who come from countries that have more than 200 million inhabitants.

Representatives of the Bosna Sema Educational Institutions also informed Dr. Lagumdžija that they have and will have the support of the Minister of Education and Science of the Government of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina Mr. Damir Mašić for their current and future projects.

Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina