Forging Future Frontiers: Minister of Foreign Affairs Hosts President of IASC in Kosovo

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Donika Gërvalla, extended a warm welcome to the President of the Institute for Advanced Studies and Cooperation (IASC), Sir prof. Gabriele Pao-Pei Andreoli, during his official visit to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Republic of Kosovo.

Expressing gratitude for the Institute’s significant contributions to the advancement of new and innovative technologies, and projects like “H.I.T. Malaria” Minister Gërvalla acknowledged the potential future cooperation.

In response, Sir Andreoli reiterated the Institute’s resolve to operate and establish new offices in Kosovo, partnering with regional establishments for advancement and harmony, promoting technological progress, and launching their most recent project, “Transcend: An Intimate encounter with the Future.” In order to provide fresh perspectives on humanity’s shared past, this innovative project uses holographic technology and artificial intelligence (AI) to digitally revive historical characters from a variety of cultures, ideologies, and civilizations.

After that, Sir Andreoli flew to Rome, where he was anticipated in Vatican City. Prior to departing, he had the privilege of formally inviting Minister Gërvalla to the World Changers Summit, which is scheduled to take place at the Pontifical Academy of Science in Vatican City on May 29. The summit’s keynote speaker is expected to be Secretary of State H. Em. Most Rev. Cardinal Pietro Parolin.

Minister Gërvalla reiterated Kosovo’s unwavering support for the Institute’s endeavours, underscoring the importance of identifying new avenues for collaboration to further strengthen bilateral and international relations.

The meeting concluded with a sense of optimism, signalling the beginning of an enhanced chapter in the cooperative efforts.