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In a bid to pro­mote in­no­va­tion and new tech­nolo­gies, re­gional author­i­ties in cen­tral Mace­do­nia signed a co­op­er­a­tion agree­ment yes­ter­day with CERN, the Euro­pean Or­ga­ni­za­tion for Nu­clear Re­search, one of the world’s largest and most re­spected cen­ters for sci­en­tific re­search. It is hoped that the deal, which was sealed by Re­gional Gover­nor Apos­to­los Tz­itzikostas and Char­lotte Warakaulle, di­rec­tor for In­ter­na­tional Re­la­tions at CERN, will help to con­tain a brain drain that has gripped the coun­try. “The pre­fec­ture of cen­tral Mace­do­nia is sign­ing up for the fu­ture,” Tz­itzikostas said. Un­der the agree­ment, CERN will pro­vide in­no­va­tive and new tech­nol­ogy busi­nesses with know-how and will al­low stu­dents from ed­u­ca­tional in­sti­tu­tions in cen­tral Mace­do­nia to take part in sem­i­nars held by CERN in Geneva.

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