On December 4-10,2017 ESD hosted a delegation of 12 Georgian Diplomats for a one-week training.
Training consisted of thematic discussions with Estonian experts, visits to state institutions and practical training sessions by former diplomats. Study visit concluded with a meeting Georgian Ambassador to Estonia.
This study visit was the last event of ESD development cooperation project that supported the Georgian Levan Mikeladze Diplomatic Training Centre at the MFA Georgia.
The project has been financed by MFA Estonia Development Cooperation framework.
From December 4th to 8th, 2017, the Estonian School of Diplomacy (ESD) is organising a training titled “International Relations, Cooperation and E-Governance’ to the students of the Levan Mikeladze Diplomatic Training Centre of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia. The training is financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia from the Estonian Development Cooperation fund.
The five-day-long study visit, and training will gather ten newly recruited students of the Diplomatic Training Centre of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Georgia in Tallinn for a programme of activities, introducing views on foreign and security policy, Foreign Service development, and IT-related experience in Estonia. The programme will foster discussions on international relations, security, e-governance and IT-sector, regional cooperation and good governance.
The study visit aims at building direct contacts, promotes exchange of ideas and interests to build stronger mutual ties and encourage initiatives for future cooperation between Georgia and Estonia.
The project is financed by Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the framework of development cooperation.