Signing of a Memorandum of Understanding Between the Faculty of Arts and Human Sciences at the University of Gezira and the Archaeological Mission at the University of Warsaw, Poland
The faculty of Arts and Humanities at University of Gezira signs a memorandum of understanding with the Polish Center at the University of Warsaw, which operates in the old Dongola site and Deir Al-Ghazali site in the northern state. The agreement aims, according to the Director of the University’s External Relations and International Cooperation Department Dr. Ali Muddathir for cultural and scientific exchange between Polish professors and students of the faculty “Department of Archeology”, in addition to holding public workshops and lectures, supporting academic activity with books and references, providing drilling and exploration tools for archaeological support, sharing experiences and qualifying professors in the field of archaeological research. The Polish Center had provided in earlier time a number of annual training opportunities for a number of students in the Archeology Department to work with the mission at its work sites. It is noteworthy that the Polish center is affiliated with the University of Warsaw in Poland and has multiple centers concerned with the archeology of the Mediterranean (Egypt, Syria and Sudan) and has a mission that has been working since 1959 until now. Dr. Modathir said that the faculty and the center will sign a memorandum of understanding in Khartoum at the end of this week.