The International Scientific Conference entitled “The role of technology in socio-economic-legal development at the global level during the Covid-19 pandemic”, took place on April 1st in the city of Ulcinj. The conference was organized by the Institute for Scientific Research and Development in cooperation with the Municipality of Ulcinj, the University “Luigj Gurakuqi”, and the University “Haxhi Zeka”. CIT was a co-organizer where our Rector, Prof. Dr. Sokol Abazi, Dr. Enriko Ceko, and Dr. Edmira Cakrani presented papers during the conference.
The purpose of the conference was the interconnectedness of social, economic, and legal aspects in the current times calls for a united approach in establishing the common factors that the academia fraternity can focus on to enhance knowledge creation and application. The current pandemic has served as a wake-up call for higher learning institutions and researchers from both public and private sectors to work on enhancing collaboration on various fronts to ensure the sustainability of resources.
On his speech, Prof. Dr. Abazi emphasized the CIT role as a crusader of cooperation and collaboration in research and innovation, as well as the way we strive to align science and technology in the faculties of Engineering and Economy with the current socio-economic and legal developments. CIT considers this conference as an excellent opportunity to enhance our collaboration with participating institutions and as a platform for making strides towards the attainment of our mission of developing students’ skills and abilities by promoting competitiveness and improving education. CIT is committed to cooperation with various institutions both in the private and public sector, at home and abroad, for the betterment of society.
While our distinguished Professors speech was about their paper entitled “Tourism development and safe travel stamp protocols in WB6 (Western Balkan countries) on pandemic period”. The aim of their study was to show the performance of the tourism sector in the Western Balkans during and after the pandemic period, in order to provide some ideas for strengthening this sector as an important part of the economy of each country of the Western Balkans and for the economy of the region as a whole.