Member-states of the Collective Security Treaty Organization show their interest in the training of their representatives at the Academy of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus. That was reported by the acting Minister of Foreign Affairs of the state Anatoli Kuleshov when presenting at the National Assembly Council of Republic the draft law “About the ratification of the agreement on training personnel for law-enforcement, emergency and rescue bodies and special services of CSTO member-states”.
He pointed out that today “representatives from Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan want to study at our Academy of Ministry of Foreign Affairs”. Such addresses show how much the Belarusian education is valued by the CSTO partners.
According to the acting minister, this issues has also a significant economic aspect since “we are planning to make more than half of the million dollars” on the training of foreign students.
Today 70 students from the Russian Federation study in Belarus. “Foreign students are attracted to Belarus by the good material and technical basis, high level of academic stuff and new methods of education in the sphere of law-enforcement”, - said A.Kuleshov.
Belarusian students also study in other CSTO states. In particular a group of students study in Moscow and Volgograd. The acting head of the Ministry of Interior Affairs underlined that “the university curriculum and education process is practically the same except some differences in law”.