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Athens News Agency: News in English, 08-11-21

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From: The Athens News Agency at <http://www.ana.gr/>

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  • [01] Stylianidis at EU Education Ministers Council

  • [01] Stylianidis at EU Education Ministers Council

    BRUSSELS (ANA-MPA/M. Spinthourakis) - Multilinguism, professional training, vocational orientation and lifelong education and training, as well as strengthening European cooperation at the level of educational units were the main issues examined here on Friday by the European Union's Council of Education Ministers, where Greece was represented by Evripidis Stylianidis.

    The Education minister told reporters that "with regard to multilinguism, that constitutes a priority and the innovation platform of Greek national strategy for education, which bears the title 'Greek citizen of Europe-citizen of the world', I believe that we are within the European framework absolutely with the initiatives that we have undertaken, both for the support of the Greek language abroad and for the development and the certification of multilinguism in our country."

    Stylianidis also said that "Greece is among the first countries that have introduced many foreign languages in all the levels of education and it is substantively and successfully implementing the policy of the state certificate as well in which over 200,000 examined people, until now, participated to certify foreign language knowledge."

    During his address at the Council, the minister focused his attention on European cooperation at the level of educational units and the special treatment and training of people having a disability of any kind.


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