The Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA), in partnership with the Korea University Asiatic Research Institute, will help the National Institute of Diplomacy and International Relations (NIDIR) develop the capacity of its trainers.

The capacity development programme of NIDIR’s trainers was held virtually this morning. The NIDIR side was led by its President H.E. Tean Samnang, while the KOICA side was headed by Mr. Rho Hyunjun, Country Director of KOICA Cambodia Office.

According to a KOICA’s press release, in the meeting, both sides discussed the plan for the country training programme on the “Capacity Development programme for Trainers of NIDIR” for the period 2022 to 2024.

The Korea University Asiatic Research Institute presented a tentative plan for the training course and proposed to develop a detailed training course by exchanging opinions from all parties.

On the occasion, Mr. Rho Hyunjun said that since the outbreak of COVID-19, all KOICA’s training courses have been switched to online training courses and despite the alleviated threat of COVID-19, KOICA has initially planned to have all our training courses conducted online this year as well.

“Fortunately, after consultation with KOICA Headquarters, we have managed to change our plan and initiate our new course to be conducted offline, an invitational based training that will take place in the Republic of Korea,” he underlined.

From his end, H.E. Tean Samnang thanked KOICA for providing the country training course for the trainers of the NIDIR. He also acknowledged and provided consent to the proposed ideas from the Korean side.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press

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