Azerbaijani school in Tbilisi capitally repaired at Heydar Aliyev Foundation`s initiative
New school year started at general schools in Georgia on September 15. On this occasion, M.F.Akhundzade General School No.73, the only Azerbaijani educational institution in Tbilisi, received, as usual, a huge present from Heydar Aliyev Foundation. In frame of the Foundation`s Support to Education Project, the School was capitally repaired, the AzerTaj state news agency reported.
In the event held at the School on the occasion, Principal Salman Pirmammadov said like other Azerbaijani schools in Georgia, School No.73 is always rendered care by the Foundation named after national leader Heydar Aliyev.
He mentioned special support by the Foundation to the basic repair and high-level equipment of the School, expressed gratitude to Mehriban Aliyeva, First Lady of Azerbaijan, President of the Foundation, Goodwill Ambassador of UNESCO and ISESCO.
S.Pirmammadov thanked Bazalt-konstruksion LTD Company for doing perfect repair at the School for short time. He told the School`s teaching staff will do its best to provide high-level education to pupils.
Employee of the Embassy of Azerbaijan to Georgia Fakhri Hajiyev talked of the concern by President of Heydar Aliyev Foundation Mrs Mehriban Aliyeva for Azeris living abroad, also measures the Azeri government takes towards the development of education and improvement of school logistics in Azerbaijan and Georgian regions compactly populated by Azerbaijanis. He expressed thanks to President Ilham Aliyev and Mrs Mehriban Aliyeva.
Bazalt-konstruksion LTD Director Natig Ahmadov, Garapapaglar magazine editor Akif Khansultanov, teacher of the School Ziyaddin Hamidov and others expressed gratitude to Mrs Mehriban Aliyeva, President of Heydar Aliyev Foundation, Goodwill Ambassador of UNESCO and ISESCO, MP, wished success to teachers and pupils.
Pupils said poems in Azeri and Georgian languages. Then, the first bell was rung.
This school year, the number of the first-formers at the School increased twice, 6 graduates entered the Georgian higher schools, 2 of which were presented by President Mikheil Saakashvili with a computer for distinguishing in admission exams.