Delegation of International Japan Fund led by its President Hiroyaso Ando, who told the participants on the objectives and aims of the Fund and measures undertaken for activation of humanitarian dialog between Japan in Turkmenistan, took part in the forum in International University of Humanitarian Sciences and Development.
Professor of Tokyo International Studies University Hisao Komatsu also made speech at the conference. His report was dedicated to the first successes and prospects of cooperation between two countries in educational sphere. Agreements on cooperation and joint researches between Tokyo International Studies University and International University of Humanitarian
Sciences and Development, Tsukuba University and Azadi Turkmen National University of World Languages as well as the opening of Oguzkhan Engineering and Technology University, where the studies are in English and Japanese languages, indicate the potential of this cooperation.
At the same time, the importance of students and tutors exchanges was highlighted. Particularly, the trips to Japan was organized for the students of International University of Humanitarian Sciences and Development.
Further in the meeting, Doctor of Science, lecturer of International University of Humanitarian Sciences and Development Nazar Mamedov presented his report on cooperation between Turkmenistan and Japan for 25 years, having focused on the main milestones of the development of Turkmen � Japanese relations, key vectors of cooperation including foreign policy collaboration for support of peace and stability on international level, realization of joint economical projects, establishment of close contacts in cultural sphere and in the sphere of development of human potential.
Japanese language teacher Yuko Sogame spoke in details on the work of Japanese Centre that was opened in International University of Humanitarian Sciences and Development in 2016. Japanese Centre is a project of Tokyo International Studies University which is aimed at intensification of cultural contacts between the people of two countries by organisation of Japanese language courses, artistic events, exhibitions of Japanese art, etc.
Source: Turkmenistan: the Golden Age Online Newspaper