President Stevo Pendarovski received today the students who won prizes at the 4th Balkan Physics Olympiad, which was held in a hybrid format from October 7 to 9 in Cyprus.
The three high school students Jan Stojanovski, Matej Gelev and Emilia Nikolovska won a gold, silver and bronze medal at this Olympiad, as well as a special award for the best result achieved at the Olympiad in the female competition, while Matea Mitrevska was awarded a certificate for successful participation.
The meeting was also attended by some of the participants of the 52nd International Physics Olympiad, which was held from July 10 to 17 this year, where our Olympians won one bronze medal and three commendations.
President Pendarovski congratulates the students on their success and the gold medal, which represents the highest high school success of our country at an international Olympiad.
At the same time, the President encouraged the students to continue investing in their theoretical and practical knowledge, pointing out that such achievements should be valued and be a motive and inspiration for students to deal with natural sciences, as promising and significant areas for overall development.
At the meeting, the President also welcomed the engagement of the professors from the Institute of Physics and the Faculty of Science and Mathematics, members of the Society of Physicists, who, with their efforts, contribute to the promotion of physics in North Macedonia.