Certificate course in Basic Diplomatic Skills 44/2023 launched, Meeting with MISIS members

The inauguration ceremonies of the Certificate Course in Basic Diplomatic Skills 44/2023 conducted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, were held in parallel at the Lawkanat Hall of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Nay Pyi Taw and at the Winzinminyarzar Hall of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Yangon yesterday morning, with the opening remark being delivered by U Than Swe, Deputy Prime Minister and Union Minister for Foreign Affairs in Yangon.
The 12-week part-time certificate course covers diplomacy, international relations, international law, economics, international affairs, negotiation skills and international conferencing.
Present on the occasion were deputy ministers for Foreign Affairs, the permanent secretary, retired Myanmar ambassadors and senior diplomats, directors-general from the departments under the ministry, professors and instructors from respective universities and about 100 trainees from Nay Pyi Taw and Yangon.
The certificate courses in basic diplomatic skills have been reportedly conducted since the year 2000, not only for government staff but also for those from private and public sectors who are passionate about diplomacy and international relations.
Furthermore, U Than Swe, Deputy Prime Minister and Union Minister for Foreign Affairs met members of the Advisory Group of Myanmar Diplomatic Academy for the establishment of the Myanmar Diplomatic Academy at the Satuyingabala Hall of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at 11:30 am in Yangon.

Moreover, Deputy Prime Minister and Union Minister for Foreign Affairs U Than Swe delivered the remarks at the meeting with the members of the Senior Advisory Board and the Executive Board of the Myanmar Institute of Strategic and International Studies, which was held at the Myanmar Institute of Strategic and International Studies meeting room in Yangon at 2 pm yesterday.
At the meeting, the Deputy Prime Minister and Union Minister explained the cooperation in regional and international relations. In addition, he encouraged the Myanmar Institute of Strategic and International Studies to contribute their advice and recommendations from the academic point of view in the various sectors for the national interests.
The Chairman of the Myanmar Institute of Strategic and International Studies, the members of the Senior Advisory Board and the Executive Board of the Myanmar Institute of Strategic and International Studies reported to the Deputy Prime Minister and Union Minister on the current activities undertaken by the Institute. — MNA

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