The Institute of International Relations hosted the first webinar as part of a three-day program on Turkmenistan's neutrality organized by the Foreign Ministry for the younger generation of diplomats.
More than 30 participants from 13 countries (Russia, USA, China, South Africa, Austria, Pakistan, Turkey, Uzbekistan, Belarus, Malaysia, Afghanistan, Hungary, Armenia) will participate in online webinars, which will be held until October 23 inclusive.
In his speech, IMO Rector D. Gurbangeldyev emphasized that the main goal of the program is to inform students about the policy of neutrality, which allows Turkmenistan to effectively build relationships with other countries.
The lectures will be conducted by the best diplomats of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan, as well as by professors of specialized universities. The training format provides for a lively dialogue between teachers and the younger generation.
On Day 1, the Rector of the International University for Humanities and Development and the Ambassadors of Turkmenistan made presentations on the peculiarities of Turkmen diplomacy. On October 22, the training of young diplomats continued at the UN Regional Center for Preventive Diplomacy in Central Asia.
The organizers promise a rich program. Among the topics to be covered in the online course: the success story of Turkmenistan's foreign policy model based on the principles of neutrality, Turkmenistan's humanitarian cooperation with the UN, and others.