Djibouti’s summit considered cooperation to be of vital importance

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Djibouti, Jan 28 (Prensa Latina) Regional organizations here this Tuesday considered international cooperation to be of vital importance, on the second date of the Third International Summit on Balanced and Inclusive Education, which ends tomorrow, Wednesday.

The Director of Information and Communication Technologies of the Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO), Mohamed Jemni, referred to the 50 years that the organization is celebrating in health, science and culture.

He said that in those five decades ALECSO, to which 22 Arab States are affiliated, developed a series of strategies and projects for the benefit of the countries that make up that community.

For the expert, international cooperation is of vital importance and inclusive education is an important part of meeting the fourth United Nations Sustainable Development Goal.

In this regard, he valued that it is not possible to aspire to quality education without resorting to new technologies, which is why he called for the promotion of South-South cooperation, so that all countries have access to them.
(Taken from PL)

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