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On October 31, 2018, the Korea International Cooperation Agency, the Korea's leading governmental organization specializing in grant aid and KOAZ, the KOICA Alumni Association in Azerbaijan organized Knowledge Sharing Seminar at the Fairmont Baku Hotel.
The Seminar gathered approximately 90 notable officials from the relevant ministries and governmental bodies of Azerbaijan who participated at the KOICA Fellowship Program.
The KOICA Office in Azerbaijan with the KOICA Alumni Association regularly arranges Seminars to share fellows’ experiences gained in Korea and their plan to transfer the new knowledge acquired during the program, as well as, encourages fellows to publish an article about their experience in Korea as a way to spread new knowledge and skills throughout the country.
This Year’s Seminar also gave alumni the opportunity to network with each other, share their firsthand experiences on Korea and discuss possible opportunities for collaboration on further KOAZ events.
Ms. Park Kumok, Country Director of the KOICA Azerbaijan Office and Ms. Vafa Yagublu, Head of Educator's Professional Development Institute of the Ministry of Education and President of the KOICA Alumni Association delivered their opening speeches.
In her opening remarks, Ms. Park Kumok stated, “KOICA Fellowship Program Alumni represent an important and direct connection between our two countries and will strengthen Korea-Azerbaijan relations for many years to come. A strong alumni network is the best foundation for positive relations between countries through sustained personal contact.” She also added: “We are proud of that over 700 governmental officials have participated at the KOICA Programs up to date. Over the next years, we as KOICA Azerbaijan Office will continue to take lead in building strong bond with Azerbaijan by providing maximum support to Azerbaijani people and the government for sustainable peace and prosperity.”
Ms. Vafa Yagublu in her speech expressed her gratitude toward the Government of Korea for supporting the education of civil servants in Azerbaijan and noted that the KOAZ members are representatives of both Korea and Azerbaijan, upholding the friendly, bilateral relationship between our two countries.
At the Seminar two alumni Ms. Gulbahar Gasimova, Chief Economist of the Finance and Logistics Department of the Ministry of Taxes and Ms. Sabina Gadirova, Head of Biological Department of the Forensic Science Center under the Ministry of Justice made presentation and shared their best experiences which were achieved in Korea during the KOICA Fellowship Program and spoke about the methods how they applied their experience at their work.