He also pointed out that led by the universal principle, living for the sake of others and that governance in democracy is a mission and not a privilege, we as a university, years ago, together with the Northern Illinois University from the United States, have opened the Center for Peace and Transcultural Communication, which aims advancing of peace, conflict management and intercultural understanding, application of a neutral academic platform, which is based on encouraging the variety of discussions in order to achieve peace through the education model. “University of Tetova has carried out an excellent cooperation with the University of Vienna and the University of Innsbruck, by organizing the International Scientific Conference “Religion and Violence”, in which scientists, representatives of various entities and religious representatives conveyed the message of peace, understanding and development. Aware of the mission and duties that we have as leaders of the University of Tetova, the most important educational and scientific center of Albanians in the Republic of Macedonia, in 2016, in the year of the sanctification of Mother Teresa, we organized the Scientific Conference titled: “Life, deeds and humanity of Saint Mother Teresa” the Albanian Nobel Prize winner and saint, the greatest humanist world has ever known. Although a small nation, but with global representatives and personalities, such as Ismail Kadare, Mother Teresa, Gjergj Kastriot Skanderbeg and others, thanks to their humanistic and peaceful mission, Albanians have managed to attract the attention of the great European countries, the United States and other Western states. I want to thank you heartily and to express my gratitude to the leaders of the Council for appointing me the Ambassador of Peace, a highly valued appreciation which I share and dedicate to the students, professors, other employees and countless friends of the University of Tetova”, said among others the Rector of UT, Prof. Dr. Vullnet Ameti.
Otherwise, on January 29, 2018, the Albanian Peace Council in Macedonia was founded in Skopje, and on this occasion some Albanian personalities joined the family of Ambassadors of Peace. This title is awarded by the Universal Peace Federation and is given to individuals who are dedicated to the promotion of universal values. At the foundation of this Council also presnt were the former Presidents of the Republic of Albania, Alfred Moisiu and Rexhep Meidani, President of Peace Federation for Eastern Europe, Jack Corley, former President of the Assembly of the Republic of Kosovo, Jakup Krasniqi and many other personalities from Albania, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and the Preshevo Valley. The Universal Peace Federation is a global network of individuals and organizations dedicated to world peace building based on universal moral and spiritual values. So far, there are over 100,000 Peace Ambassadors in the world, while in Albania and Kosovo are appointed around 1500 ambassadors. Peace ambassadors come from political, academic, religious, civil society and similar areas.