L-Ambaxxatur ta’ Malta għall-Belġju u l-Lussemburgu, Pierre-Clive Agius, ricentement attenda l-fiera xjentifika għaż-żgħażagħ Expo Sciences de Bruxelles. Fost il-partecipanti kien hemm tlett studenti Maltin li jattendu l-iskola ta’ St Michael f’Ħal Qormi. L-istudenti — Gerd Xuereb, Adrian Farrugia u Stephan Zammit — ħolqu proġett bl-isem ta’ Air Quality Monitoring at St Michael School li jivverifika l-kwalità tal-arja fl-iskola tagħhom u li bih f’Malta kienu rebħu l–NSTF Young Scientist Competition.
maltastar.com irrappurtat hekk:
Ambassador Agius commended the Maltese students for their hard work. He told them that he was impressed and proud of their work which was second to none. ‘It is up to each and every Maltese to determine the size of Malta’, Ambassador Agius said, adding that their work was ‘clear evidence of the excellence Malta can attain’.
The Maltese participation, in fact, even distinguished itself among the many Belgian and international projects. Ambassador Agius explained that the Maltese, and especially the younger Maltese generations, should have more confidence in themselves and in their work.