Turkey and Venezuela sign academic cooperation agreement
As an effort to share academic knowledge and experiences in order to find solutions to scientific problems of mutual interest, last Friday the signing of an Academic Cooperation Agreement between the University of Ankara of the Republic of Turkey and the National Center for Historical Studies (CNEH) of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela, took place.
The Agreement, signed by Professor Dr. Erkan İbiş, President of the University of Ankara and Professor Dr. Alexander Torres, President of the National Center for Historical Studies (CNEH), provides cooperation in academic and cultural areas, as well as facilitating the exchange of academic personnel for scientific purposes; conferences, research, as well as meetings and similar activities.
The signed document also includes the possibility of carrying out student exchanges in the available fields and the development of joint research projects and joint scientific meetings in areas of common interest; similarly, books, publications and materials that can be used for education, training and research purposes may be exchanged.
With a validity of four extendable years, this new agreement signed in academic matters is another example of the dynamic binational approach that has been consolidated in recent years between the Eurasian nation and Venezuela, all framed in this year’s Commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between both countries.
Turkey and Venezuela work hard to build a multi-center and multi-polar world, based on mutual respect, sovereignty and non-foreign intervention. Both countries have ratified their will to work for the full development of their potential and their commitment to keep strengthening ties of cooperation and brotherhood among their peoples.