15 Mongolian nationals on gov't education program

By Park Si-soo

A state-run training institute for public servants is training faculty members of the National Academy of Governance in Mongolia which is committed to educating politicians, public officials and decision-makers at public organizations there.

A total of 15 Mongolian professors and high-ranking officials are being taught on an education program at the Local Government Officials Development Institute (LOGODI) in Wanju, North Jeolla Province. The program will run through March 2.

The LOGODI has provided Mongolian officials with the program since 2002, during which nearly 150 Mongolians were given an opportunity to learn how to improve public services and enable transparency in government.

Officials from the Prime Minister’s Office, the Ministry of Strategy and Finance, and the Ministry of Security and Public Administration will take part in the program to share their knowledge and experiences with their Mongolian counterparts.

“I expect our program will help improve Mongolia’s national competitiveness,” said Rheem Chae-ho, president of LOGODI.

“Mongolian trainees pay keen attention to how the Korean government evaluates performances of its officials. Hence, the program for this year was designed to meet the desire,” the institute said.

It went on, “They will visit the Songpa ward office during the education period to see how the office monitors and evaluates its officials.”

Mongolian trainees will also inspect the country’s biggest science cluster in Daejeon and Hyundai Steel in Dangjin, South Chungcheong Province.

A diplomatic relationship between Korea and Mongolia was established in 1990. Since then the two nations have seen a steep hike in bilateral trade volume. In 2012, Korea exported worth $490 million to Mongolia.

Source:Korea times


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