Skopje, 20 May 2022 (MIA) — After a two-year break at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, high school seniors from 14 high schools took part in the traditional Prom Parade at Macedonia Square organized by the Directorate of Culture and Arts with the support of the City of Skopje and the EU Delegation.
Participants included high school seniors from Rade Jovchevski Korchagin High School, Panche Arsovski High School, Miladinov Brothers High School, Georgi Dimitrov High School, Panche Karagjozov High School, Vasil Antevski Dren High School, Vlado Tasevski High School, Dimitar Vlahov High School, Orce Nikolov High School, Lazar Tanev High School, Shaip Jusuf High School, Josip Broz Tito High School, Kocho Racin High School, and Marie Curie Skłodowska High School.
They were joined by high school seniors from thirty cities in Slovenia, Slovakia, Serbia, Montenegro, and Hungary.
“This is just the end of your high school education, the beginning of the rest of your life and the really beautiful years that are ahead of you,” Skopje Mayor Danela Arsovska told high school seniors.
“I hope that all of you will find your future in the country. I am sure there are many young people among you that we will see in a number of occupations, making all of us proud,” Arsovska added.
Julian Vassallo, Deputy Head of the EU Delegation to North Macedonia, also told high school seniors they had their best years ahead of them.
Vassallo added that they would have opportunities to make their dreams come true, change the world, but above all else, have fun.
Prom Parade participants danced the quadrille. mr/