50th Anniversary of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts

ALLEA Vice President Daniela Jezova participated in the 50th Anniversary of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts and congratulated the academy in a festive ceremony at the Macedonian Opera and Ballet.

ALLEA Vice President Daniela Jezova offers a congratulatory speech at the Macedonian Opera and Ballet. Credit: MASA

 

On 9 October 2017 the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts (MASA) celebrated its great jubilee with a full-day scientific and festive programme. Representing European Academies, ALLEA Vice President Daniela Jezova congratulated MASA in the opening ceremony at the Macedonian Opera and Ballet. “We can be proud that the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts is one of the early members of ALLEA. That means that already at that time your Academy showed academic excellence, international recognition, independence of research and international collaborations,” she stated.

“We can be proud that the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts is one of the early members of ALLEA. That means that already at that time your Academy showed academic excellence, international recognition, independence of research and international collaborations,” ALLEA Vice President Daniela Jezova stated.

The event was opened by the President of the Republic of Macedonia, H.E. Gjorge Ivanov; the President of Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Academician Taki Fiti, and Academician Gjorgi Filipovski, member of the First Assembly of MASA. The cultural and artistic part of the programme comprised selected works by Macedonian composers, the members of the Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Academician Todor Skalovski, Academician Vlastimir Nikolovski and Academician Risto Avramovski. The event was closed with a documentary film titled “50 Years of MASA”, which presented a testimony to the growth and rise of the Academy, memories and facts, challenges and achievements, as well as views on the future.

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