Malaysian Ambassador TYT’s Mohd Nasri Abdul Rahman visits the President of Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST), Irbid.
- May 21, 2023
- Posted by: emjordan1
- Category: Diplomatic Tour
In a significant step toward strengthening bilateral relations, Ambassador TYT’s Mohd Nasri Abdul Rahman paid a visit to the President of Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST), Prof. Dr. Khaled El-Saleem earlier this week. The visit aimed to explore opportunities for collaboration and to discuss areas of mutual interest between the esteemed educational institution and the ambassador’s home country.
The distinguished delegation, led by Ambassador Mohd Nari Abdul Rahman, was warmly received by the President of JUST, Prof. Dr. Khaled El-Saleem, along with senior faculty members and administrative staff. The meeting took place in the President’s office and marked a crucial milestone in the ongoing efforts to enhance academic and cultural ties between the two entities.
During the meeting, the parties engaged in fruitful discussions concerning potential collaborations in the fields of science, technology, research, and innovation. The ambassador highlighted the significance of fostering academic partnerships, which play a pivotal role in promoting knowledge exchange and developing future leaders.
Ambassador commended the exceptional reputation of JUST as a leading institution in the region, recognized for its commitment to excellence in education and research. The university’s diverse range of academic programs and state-of-the-art facilities make it an attractive partner for international collaborations.
President El-Saleem expressed his gratitude for the ambassador’s visit and extended a warm welcome, affirming JUST’s eagerness to establish strong ties with the ambassador’s home country. He emphasized the importance of international cooperation in advancing scientific advancements and nurturing talent, stressing the need for joint research initiatives and faculty exchange programs.
Both parties agreed on the potential benefits of collaboration in various disciplines, including engineering, medicine, computer science, and renewable energy. They acknowledged the value of establishing academic partnerships that would enable faculty and student exchanges, joint research projects, and sharing of best practices.
The visit concluded with a renewed commitment to fostering collaboration between the Ambassador’s home country and the Jordan University of Science and Technology. As the discussions progress, the academic community eagerly awaits the potential outcomes of this visit and the subsequent collaborations that will enrich the educational landscape of both nations.