16 August, 2018

Astana hub strengthening partnership with the Republic of Korea

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The Chairman of the Steering Committee of the Astana Civil Service Hub, Alikhan Baimenov, and the Minister of Personnel Management of the Republic of Korea, Pan Suk Kim, signed a Memorandum of Cooperation between two organizations in Seoul, reports the Hub's press service.

"The Korean experience in human resource management, including recruitment and promotion of civil servants, is of high interest for the Hub's participating countries," said Alikhan Baimenov.

Pan Suk Kim mentioned: "We highly value as a platform for knowledge and experience sharing and hope that the signed Memorandum of Cooperation will give a new impetus to our partnership".

The parties discussed specific areas of cooperation and future plans to be implemented in the framework of the Memorandum, including joint research projects, capacity building activities and sharing of innovative solutions on civil service. Both sides exchanged publications and knowledge products on public administration and human resource management.  

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