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August 19, 2019

13th batch of JDS Project's will depart to Japan this August.

On 19 August 2019, Vice Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic, Ms. Omurbekova Altynai met with the 13th batch of JDS (The Project for Human Recourse Development Scholarship).

The Vice Prime Minister in her farewell words wished fellows success in upcoming two years study and expressed her hope that they will learn the best practices from highly developed country. Also mentioned they are expected to contribute in the development of the Kyrgyz Republic.

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to the Kyrgyz Republic Yamamura Yoshihiro underlined, fellows will go to Japan not only for the benefit of their future career but also for future contribution in the development of their country. "Fellows will gain new experience and learn about the public administration system in Japan. I hope that upon returning to homeland they will continue to work in the public service"- shared Ambassador.

In their turn, 13th Batch Fellows expressed their deep gratitude to the Japanese Government and the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic for opportunity to study in Japanese universities.

*Application submission for the next year will start from 21st of August to 18st of October 2019.

For detailed information http://jds-scholarship.org/

PhotoCourtesy Call to the Vice Prime Minister by 13th Batch Fellows of JDS Project.



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