Kyrgyzstan Remains a Partner in the MP for the Coming Years

The partnership with Kyrgyzstan within the scope of the Manager Training Programme will be continued until the end of 2022. On 2 October 2020, Aidian Sharsheev, Kyrgyz State Secretary at the Ministry of Economy of the Central Asian country, and the German Ambassador to Kyrgyzstan, Monika Iwersen, signed a joint declaration to this effect.

State Secretary Aidin Sharsheev (on the left) and Ambassador Monika Iwersen after signing the declaration in Bishkek.

“We are very glad that this successful Programme will be continued. It is a great support for the Kyrgyz economy and is very popular”, State Secretary Sharsheev said. Kyrgyzstan has been a partner country of the Manager Training Programme since 2007 and has since then enabled more than 250 of the country’s entrepreneurs to participate in it. As a result of the entry restrictions due to the corona virus, the Programme is taking place in a virtual form this year. Kyrgyz executives also participated successfully in this virtual training and have already been able to conclude initial contracts.

Representatives of the Kyrgyz Chamber of Commerce and Industry also attended the event on the occasion of the ceremonial signing in Bishkek. The Chamber coordinates the MP in Kyrgyzstan on behalf of GIZ and is the main point of contact for those interested in participating and for stakeholders in the Programme.

Further information on the MP with Kyrgyzstan is available here.