Adaileh affirms Jordan's keenness to enhance cultural exchange with Egypt

[14-12-2022 09:20 AM]

Ammon News - Jordanian Ambassador to Cairo, Amjad Adaileh, on Tuesday discussed with Egyptian Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Ayman Ashour, mechanisms to enhance bilateral educational and research cooperation.

The meeting focused on efforts made in this regard and the mutual coordination between the two countries' concerned authorities to enhance joint cooperation and overcome obstacles facing Jordanian students enrolled at Egyptian universities, according to an embassy statement.

The two sides discussed facilitations provided to students, especially in light of the agreements, memorandums of understanding and cooperation programs inked by the two countries in the higher education fields, the statement added.

Adaileh stressed the "distinguished" Egyptian-Jordanian relations at various levels, especially in the education and cultural exchange fields, pointing to Jordan's keenness to push and strengthen bilateral cooperation to more "advanced" levels.

He also expressed appreciation for the level of continuous coordination and cooperation by various Egyptian academic institutions, which aims to enroll Jordanian students in various disciplines and academic levels and facilitate their study.

In addition, he lauded achievements made by Egyptian higher education system and universities, which occupy a "prestigious" academic position that contributed to Jordanian students' interest to join their programs.

For his part, Ashour affirmed Egypt's keenness to strengthen and support cooperation relations with Jordan, especially in the educational and research fields.

Commending the "deep-rooted" bilateral relations over many years in all fields, he highlighted the idea of holding a higher education exhibition in all Arab countries to promote educational capabilities and opportunities available at Egyptian universities.

He also referred to holding a symposium with ambassadors and cultural attachés of all countries during the coming period aimed to introducing the educational programs in Egyptian private and technological universities.

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