Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan have teamed up to establish a joint science foundation, with an aim to improve bilateral relations between the two countries. Along with that, the joint venture will also facilitate the students to get advanced education through the foundation.
In this regard, the Chairman Higher Education Commission (HEC), Dr Tariq Banuri, met with Kyrgyzstan’s Minister of Education and Science, Almazbek Beishenaliev, to finalize proceedings for the establishment of a joint science foundation.
Aside from that the Kyrgyz minister also met with the Federal Minister for Education and Vocational Training, Shafqat Mahmood, to discuss education and related reforms. Both members agreed to exchange experiences in the field of education for supporting students who intend to pursue higher education in local or international educational institutions.
Other issues related to differences in the curriculum were also discussed and resolved as per the recommendations and preferences of both countries. For this, all requirements set forth by both parties were accorded.
Earlier in 2020, the government of Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan had come to an agreement to help each other by sharing experience on medical issues, as well as the expansion of scientific and technical cooperation between the two countries.
The recent meeting between the two ministers from both countries further cemented cooperation and due-diligence for bolstering the relations.
From : pk.mashable.com