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MIFT improves the skills of government employees from the regions

In May this year, the Ministry of Investments and Foreign Trade, together with the University of World Economy and Diplomacy (UWED), launched a pilot project to improve the skills of the heads of the regional departments of the department, who are also deputy khokims of districts and cities. The courses, which were held in the format of interactive seminars and discussions, were held on the basis of the Executive Education curriculum in the areas of Attraction of Foreign Investments and International Investment Law and Arbitration with the involvement of professors from the University of Glasgow and Oxford University (UK), as well as Columbia University and the University of California, Berkeley (USA). The programs are aimed, among other things, at developing leadership qualities, developing the ability to generate creative ideas,

On May 28, the course participants met with the Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Investments and Foreign Trade of the Republic of Uzbekistan S. Umurzakov, where they were able to share their impressions and acquired skills.

An open and relaxed conversation made it possible to discuss topical issues and problems that the heads of regional departments of the MIFT face in the course of their work in the regions, consider aspects of interaction with foreign partners, and discuss the most effective mechanisms for attracting investments for the implementation of projects in Uzbekistan on the example of specific cases, taking into account local conjuncture.

The leadership of the Ministry noted the importance of effective application of the acquired skills in work on the ground and direct interaction with entrepreneurs in order to provide them with practical assistance – from the stage of developing investment projects to supporting the activities of enterprises being put into operation.

It is emphasised that in this context, the presence in the regions of specialists with analytical skills, strategic thinking and the ability to work for results is a key factor in the effective operation of the Ministry in the framework of the qualitative implementation of the tasks set.

Following the meeting, the participants exchanged views and proposals on the further organisation of the work of the MIFT in the regions based on the skills and knowledge gained during the courses.


Source: mift.uz