Innovation in Education Priority for EU Presidency

Ljubljana, 7 September - Innovation in education will be a priority of Slovenia for when it takes over as the EU presiding country in January 2008. Education and Sport Minister Milan Zver said this on Friday after talks with Odile Quintin, the European Commission director general for employment and social affairs.

Ljubljana
Odile Quintin, the European Commission director general for employment and social affairs, speaking to the press after meeting Education and Sport Minister Milan Zver and State Secretary at the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology Dusan Lesjak.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
State Secretary at the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology Dusan Lesjak, Odile Quintin, the European Commission director general for employment and social affairs, and Education and Sport Minister Milan Zver (from left to right) speaking to the press.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Education and Sport Minister Milan Zver (right) met Odile Quintin, the European Commission director general for employment and social affairs.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

Ljubljana
Education and Sport Minister Milan Zver (right) met Odile Quintin, the European Commission director general for employment and social affairs.
Photo: Daniel Novakovic/STA

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