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Issues of cooperation between Samarkand State Medical University and KOICA agency were discussed

    Vocational training center was established in Samarkand with the participation of Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) within the framework of the project "Development of Vocational Training Opportunities in Uzbekistan" of the Ministry of Employment and Labor Relations of the Republic of Uzbekistan. has been implementing a number of grant projects.

    On April 17 of this year, Kim Taehun, the deputy director of KOICA's office in Uzbekistan, and Atham Mamatkulov, the agency's representative, visited Samarkand State Medical University. Rector of SamSMU Jasur Rizayev received the guests. During the negotiations, issues of mutual cooperation were discussed. In particular, in the future, negotiations were held on cooperation through joint programs in the training of nurses.

    For reference, the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) was established on April 1, 1991 as a department of the Republic of Korea, which is responsible for implementing non-discriminatory aid programs for developing countries.

    Since the opening of the KOICA office in Uzbekistan in 1995, many projects have been implemented, about 1,400 Uzbek specialists have returned from internships in Korea, and 403 volunteers have gone to the Republic of Uzbekistan within the framework of KOICA projects. were born.

Press service of SamSMU