Romanian-Kazakhstani partnership for training of central, local administration workers

The Partnership is for the development and implementation of strategic projects for lead civil servants and public institution managers of Kazakhstan.
The management Kazakhstan’s NUR Otan School of Political Studies has been recently in Bucharest to set up a permanent framework of cooperation with Romanian institutions relevant for the training of civil servants in the central and local administration. On the Kazakhstani delegation representing the NUR Otan School for Political Studies of Kazakhstan there were Mrs. Bachyt Yessekina, head of ‘Higher Party’ school of PDP – NUR Otan, Professor PhD in economics, Mrs. Raushan K. Satova – doctor in economics, professor and associate member of the Academy of Engineering of the Republic of Kazakhstan, and Mr. Sayabek K. Sakhiyev – head of PDP – NUR Otan Foreign Relations Department, professor and doctor in sciences.On the occasion, the delegation from Kazakhstan visited the School of Political and Administrative Studies of Romania, where academic meetings were organised with professors and heads of the university, the participants recognising the bilateral interest of supporting the development of cooperation between the two institutions through transfers of best practice for raising the performance in the system training civil servants and future politicians.During their visit to Romania, the members of the Kazakhstani delegation had an official meeting with the representatives of the National Agency for Civil Servants, discussing concrete aspects of cooperation in the framework of exchanges of expertise for more effective career guidance for civil servants. During the three days of the visit, the Kazakhstani delegation met up, at the Romanian Parliament, with Mrs. Sulfina Barbu, member of the Public Administration, Land Planning and Environment Committee of the Lower Chamber. Mrs. Bachyt Yessekina, the head of the NUR Otan School of Political Studies, stressed the interest and excellent potential for developing cooperation with Romania in the area of education and training of civil servants in the public sector, by fostering an exchange of expertise between the responsible institutions of the two countries, to contribute to high quality training received by the graduates of the School of Political Studies of Kazakhstan, which will consolidate and support the existing good relations between Romania and Kazakhstan. Mrs. Bachyt Yessekina expressed an interest in the eLearning solution developed and already implemented by SIVECO Romania in many Gulf and CIS states.

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