That came on the sidelines of the 13th Arab Education Ministers Conference, which is being held in the Moroccan capital of Rabat under the auspices of the Arab League Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO).
Minister Tabbaa showed Syria’s interest in the field of excellence, creativity and gifted care through a number of educational programs and activities for the distinguished of different age groups.
During the meeting, an invitation was presented to Syria to participate with a number of Arab countries in an annual event organized by Mawhiba Center, which begins next June and ends next September.
Mawhiba is a Saudi foundation that aims to discover and nurture creative people in scientific fields, and to contribute to building a system and model for talent and creativity locally, regionally and globally.
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