The education system does not meet the real needs of the economy. It is worrying that 90% of young people go to college in the country, and at the same time, we do not have skilled workers, such as welders, drivers, etc., Deputy Prime Minister in charge of Economic Affairs Koco Angjusev said Monday evening on TV Telma.

When asked about the licenses of faculties that exist in many countries in the country, Deputy Prime Minister Angjusev said that the rule of law would be questioned if their licenses were revoked.

What this government has done – we are not issuing new licenses to new faculties, said Angjusev, but as licenses expire they will cease to exist. If the situation were different 18,000 skilled workers would be hired today, said the Vice Prime Minister.