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On June 19, 2019, the KOICA Azerbaijan Office held an Orientation for 15 Azerbaijani governmental officials of the Food Safety Institute under the Food Safety Agency of the Republic of Azerbaijan who were selected to represent Azerbaijan at the Country Specific KOICA CIAT Program (Training) titled “Modern Application Methods of Chromatography in Strengthening the Quality Control of Veterinary Preparations and Food Products in Azerbaijan (2nd Year)” to be held in Korea during June 23–July 6, 2019. Last year 10 employees of the Agency have participated and successfully completed the same training Program in Korea during August 19-September 1, 2018.
The Country-Specific KOICA CIAT Programs are customized for each recipient country reflecting its reality and demands. The main purpose of the above-mentioned program is to identify quality control policies, techniques and field application methods for livestock products and general foods in Korea, improve analytical skills for quality control of agricultural and livestock products, strengthen competitiveness in quality control of livestock foods and general foods in Azerbaijan, strengthen future cooperation in food quality control area between Korea and Azerbaijan.
During the training in Korea, the participants will have opportunity to learn and understand the agricultural food and livestock products quality management, theory and labbased practice on agricultural and livestock products analysis quality management in Korea through lectures and visits to concerned organizations, such as Korea Agency of HACCP Accreditation and Service, Local Agri-food Processing Center, Animal and Plant Quarantine Agency, HKNU Analysis Center etc.
The Country Director of the KOICA Azerbaijan, Ms. Park Kumok welcomed and congratulated the participants and requested them to avail this excellent opportunity to learn from Korea’s development during their stay and to share their experience in Azerbaijan for sustainable development. She emphasized that “High speed growth of Korea after Korean War could not have materialized without Korea’s abundant human resources and continuous investment in education and I believe that talented people of Azerbaijan will also foster the development of the country and contribute to social and economic development of Azerbaijan by using knowledge acquired from KOICA Programs”.
The Training Program Coordinator of the KOICA Office, Ms. ParvinGarazade provided a briefing pack of important information on health and travel insurance, accommodation, daily allowances, KOICA’s regulation and restrictions etc. She also highlighted that the participant will get a chance to learn about the culture, economy, politics and history of Korea, as well.
In their turn, the participants paid their gratitude to the Korean government for offering such Program for them and pledged to strengthen existing friendship and cooperation ties between two Governments.