Zaal Samadashvili Awards Educational Competition Winners
Europe Day dedicated educational competition winners are revealed. At the awards ceremony held in Youth Palace, Tbilisi city Assembly Chairman and Education Minister granted them PCs.
"Europe Day" contest took start on April 11 and comprised pupils of all public schools of the capital. The competition was held on the initiative of Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia and with support of Tbilisi city Hall and City Assembly.
2 paintings and 2 photos were chosen from each school. The best works were named by elected by a special commission. Whereas today were revealed first, second and third place winners.
"I am truly delighted with the works I saw at this exhibition. Despite competitors' young age, they presented Tbilisi in such interesting ways that even grownups would find it difficult," said Zaal Samadashvili.
Besides, within the bound of "Europe Day" competition, pupils had opportunity to participate in a web-contest "I know Europe", where winner was supposed to give most correct answers to provided 70 questions.
"In our country is growing up a generation, for whom Europe is home and for whom return to Soviet Union is absolutely unacceptable. The youth expressed its interests towards European Integration," declared Dimitri Shahskin, Minister of Education and Science of Georgia.
Tbilisi City Assembly members and Minister of Education officials were present at awards ceremony.
Europe Day celebration takes start from 1950 when on May 9, French Foreign Minister Robert Shuman presented European integration idea in Paris. Therefore, this date is considered EU's birthday.