Alma Mater Europaea signed an agreement with the rectors of eleven universities from the countries of the Three Seas region on the establishment of the Three Seas Universities Network.
The 3Seas Local Government Congress was held in Lublin, Poland, under the honorary patronage of Polish President Andrzej Duda. At the event, Alma Mater Europaea – ECM, one of the founding members, signed an agreement on establishing the Three Seas Universities Network. This connects eleven universities from countries between the Baltic, Adriatic, and Black Seas.
On behalf of Alma Mater Europaea - ECM, Dr Luka Martin Tomažič met with the Polish Minister of Education, Professor of Constitutional Law Przemysław Czarnek, and with Rector of the John Paul II Catholic University in Lublin Professor Mirosław Kalinowski. They talked about the regional challenges for science and the importance of creating a basis for a permanent and stable partnership between the universities of the Three Seas countries.
“If we want to effectively develop our countries, our nations, and catch up with Western Europe in terms of infrastructure and economy because we still have some catching up to do, we can only do it by utilizing the great wealth and potential of science that our universities have in these twelve European countries,” Czarnek added.
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