Prizren, 14 September 2018
“Prizren children are fortunate to have a school like Loyola and should use this opportunity “So said the Prime Minister of the Republic of Kosovo, Ramush Haradinaj, after a visit to Loyola gymnasium and where was presented the new project” Professional High School “Loyola”, this project, which has mechatronic field as domain and which is foreseen to be part of the Innovative Training Park in Prizren.
Prime Minister Haradinaj on this occasion said that the project of a High School in Kosovo is a new event, a realistic concept of life, market and that he has confidence in the Loyola gymnasium for its engagement in education for young Kosovars.
“This is the best investment we can do, it is the proper and quality education of our children and this is our orientation as a government for the education of our young people. Every effort it offers will receive institutional support “, added Prime Minister Haradinaj, expressing his commitment and the Government of Kosovo to assist this educational institution.
“The aim is to enable our young people to work in the labor market to advance as in other developed countries such as Germany, Austria or elsewhere,” said Prime Minister Haradinaj, praising the fact that this school with Kosovar teachers and Kosovar students has tremendous success in educating our youth.
Having the opportunity to closely see the plans of this school in the new project for the “Loyola” Professional High School within the Innovative and Training Park in Prizren, Prime Minister Haradinaj said that such an institution would have unreserved support of all institutions, so that such projects with this goal will have even more in the future.
“This is the model to be followed, “said Prime Minister Haradinaj.
During the presentation of the project for the new school are presented instructions on how this mechatronic school can function in the best way, adapting to the labor market, the achievement of which can be done through the student-school-company connection.
Part of the presentation were also Kosovar companies presenting their concrete employment needs.
At the ceremony were present Minister of Finance of the Republic of Kosovo, Bedri Hamza, Minister of Education, Science and Technology, Shyqiri Bytyqi, Customs Director, Bahri Berisha, German Ambassador to Kosovo Christian Heldt, Austrian Ambassador Gernot Pfandler, former President of the Republic of Kosovo, Atifete Jahjaga, Mayor of Prizren Mytaher Haskuka as well as other institutional representatives and Chambers of Commerce