. A group of civil servants will go to study in the leading universities in Japan, the press service of the Kyrgyz State Personnel Service reported.
There was a ceremony of signing contracts between Kyrgyz State Personnel Service and Japanese Center for International Cooperation (JICA) for performing services on the project JDS for 2017-2018.
Director of Kyrgyz Personnel Service Nurhanbek Momunaliev took part in the ceremony of signing contract.
At the beginning of the event Momunaliev warmly welcomed the representatives of Japanese side led by Hashimoto Wakako.
Momunaliev said that training in Japan proves a great opportunity for our staff to introduce the best practices and knowledge of Japan in the work of state bodies and local government of Kyrgyzstan, professionalism and creativity in implementing the planned plans for economic recovery and development of the country.
Since 2007, according to the JDS project, 10 groups of fellows have been amount of 161 people from among state and municipal employees received Master’s Degree at the universities of Japan.
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