The Prime Minister of the Republic of Northern Macedonia Oliver Spasovski and the Deputy Minister of Environment and Physical Planning Jani Makraduli visit the school “Brothers Ramiz and Hamid” in the Municipality of Suto Orizari

The Prime Minister of the Republic of Northern Macedonia, Oliver Spasovski and the Deputy Minister of Environment and Physical Planning, Jani Makraduli, today inspected the affairs of the school “Brothers Ramiz and Hamid” in the Municipality of Suto Orizari. Today, here in the Municipality of Suto Orizari, we are following that transformation in the municipal primary school “Brothers Ramiz and Hamid”. We see how the aspiration and vision of the municipal authorities is realized, with the support of the Government, the school “Brothers Ramiz and Hamid” to be at the forefront of all social transformations and to grow into a modern school, a school tailored to every child, a school of the 21st century “, stressed the Prime Minister Spasovski.

The President of the Council of the Municipality of Suto Orizari, Fatima Osmanovska said that if a smaller community is oppressed in relation to the majority and can not enjoy all the rights in society, a step forward is possible only by improving the education of that community and therefore we are all obliged. to invest together in providing conditions for motivation of children and youth and their inclusion and stay in the education system. That is why we are investing in a new most modern European kindergarten and in the complete reconstruction of one of the largest schools in the Republic of Macedonia, our “Brothers Ramiz and Hamid”. For children and young people, educational institutions should feel like their second home. Our top priority will continue to be our schools, until we see whole generations coming out of this school, highly educated, successful businessmen, professors, doctors, politicians. We offer solutions for community development, through urbanization of the municipality, for the first time in 25 years. Every household should have access to roads designed and constructed to the highest standards. “Every household should have a safe home from floods and therefore the next big project together with the Government will be the coverage with atmospheric sewerage of the settlement in the areas that are not covered, worth 1.5 million euros,” said Osmanovska. She expressed confidence that together The Government will continue to develop targeted measures for young people, children, retirees and employees.”Educated, employed Roma with their own home. That is our motto for work and as a local self-government we have directed all our resources and we will continue to direct everything with one goal – to be part of a society for all, “said Osmanovska in her statement.