Agreement to train Iraqi students at the Oil High School in Baku
Economie 09-29-2021, 10:35
Baghdad - INA
The Minister of Oil, Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar Ismail, agreed to train Iraqi students at the Higher Oil School in the Azerbaijani capital, Baku.
The Azerbaijan News Agency stated, in a statement translated by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that "Iraqi Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar Ismail met with the Director of the Higher Oil School in Baku, Elmar Gasimov," noting that "modern education and the research environment created at the university were discussed."
And Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar expressed his "interest in cooperating with the Higher Oil School in Baku," stressing "the importance of expanding relations in the field of education between the two countries."
He noted that he would "issue the relevant orders to establish bilateral cooperation with the Baku Higher Oil School."
Meanwhile, the director of the Higher Oil School in Baku stressed the importance of effective bilateral cooperation, noting that "Student exchange with universities in Iraq can be very beneficial."
"The students of the Higher Oil School in Baku are undergoing practical training in international multinational oil and gas companies, including SOCAR companies, as this will allow them to become specialists in English on a world-class level," the university president added.
And he stated that "highly qualified local and foreign specialists and teachers have been appointed to organize training at the university in accordance with modern requirements, and we need to make more efforts to implement President Ilham Aliyev's slogan (we must turn oil capital into human capital).
It was agreed to train students Iraqis at the Higher Oil School in Baku and organizing training courses for Iraqi specialists.