KazAID Launches Diplomat Training Program in Central Asia

The Kazakhstan Agency for International Development (KazAID) is currently conducting a training program for diplomats from Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Uzbekistan. The program, known as Dostyk – Diplomacy, aims to enhance qualifications and exchange experiences among mid- and senior-level diplomats in the region.

According to Aibek Smadiyarov, the spokesperson for the Kazakh Foreign Ministry, the training is taking place on June 10-12 at the Academy of Public Administration under the President of Kazakhstan in Astana. The program covers various topics including sustainable development, the role of government agencies in official development assistance (ODA), and the interrelationship of objectives in implementing sustainable development goals (SDGs) in Central Asia.

Experts from the International Fund for Saving the Aral Sea (IFAS) and the Institute of Economic Research will be sharing their knowledge with the participants. The training is being provided free of charge thanks to a grant from KazAID.

The program aims to equip diplomats with the necessary skills and knowledge to contribute effectively to their countries’ political life. It also seeks to foster regional cooperation and address common challenges such as water scarcity in Central Asia. The participants will have the opportunity to network with their counterparts from other countries and build valuable connections in the diplomatic field.


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