Minister of Education discusses with ambassadors of Tunisia, Mexico and India scientific and educational aspects of joint cooperation of the Kingdom with each country

Riyadh, Minister of Education Dr. Hamad bin Mohammed Al Al-Sheikh received successively in his office today each of the ambassadors of Tunisia, Mexico and India.
During the meeting with the Tunisian ambassador to the Kingdom Husham Al-Fozani, scientific and educational aspects of joint cooperation of the Kingdom with Tunisia was discussed as well as ways of enhancing educational opportunities and scientific partnerships.
Al Al-Sheikh discussed with the Mexican ambassador to the Kingdom Anipal Gomez activating the cooperation agreement between the education ministries of the two countries to facilitate and enhance academic and research exchanges and academic scholarships offered by the government of Mexico to foreign prominent students as well as the outcome of cooperation reached between Mexican embassy in Riyadh and Princess Nura bint Abdulrahman University.
During the meeting between Al Al-Sheikh and Indian ambassador to the Kingdom Dr. Awsaf Saeed, strategic partnership between India and Saudi Arabia as well as potential of partnership between universities and higher institutes and opening of branches of pioneering Indian universities and institutes in the Kingdom were discussed in addition to the mutual accreditation of scientific certificates and qualification and matters concerning the international Indian schools in the Kingdom.

 

Source: Saudi Press Agency