The Ministry of Finance announces the launch of the technical support project for the Financial and Accounting Training Center
Economie Today, 13:29
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Today, Thursday, the Ministry of Finance announced the launch of the technical support project for the Financial and Accounting Training Center.
The ministry stated in a statement, received by the Iraqi News Agency (INA), that
"today, the technical support project for the Financial and Accounting Training Center was launched, in the presence of the French Ambassador in Baghdad Eric Chevalier and the Director General of the Financial Training Center Ahmed Al-Dahlaki, with the participation of Ghassan Al-Zoghbi and the expert Jean Deeb Al-Haj." From the Basil Fleihan Economic Institute at the Lebanese Ministry of Finance,” noting that “the project was launched in cooperation with the French Development Agency.” She added that
"this comes within the framework of the close bilateral cooperation between the Republic of Iraq and France, and the economic relations between the two countries, and in implementation of the directives of Finance Minister Ali Allawi to achieve the maximum benefit from various international partnerships," noting that
"the technical support project includes three basic stages related to the development of a work methodology." The center,
- improving training plans and enhancing the capabilities of actors in financial management, in addition to the preliminary stages related to
evaluating the training needs of the Ministry of Finance and the
response capabilities of the Financial and Accounting Training Center.
Allawi said during his speech on the occasion, according to the statement, that
"the program that contributed to the launch of this project is the culmination of a prosperous phase of partnership and confirms the quality and intensity of cooperation relations between the Ministry of Finance and the French Development Agency," stressing that
"one of the most important pillars of the renaissance of nations depends mainly on defining plans The strategy provides the will to invest human energies and build experiences and skills for the functional cadres.
The Minister expressed his
"delightful pleasure in launching the project, as it is concerned with a vital area, which is training and development, which is a center of great interest," explaining that
"the project supports the implementation of the Iraqi government's reform policy, which aims to
- improve the capacity and efficiency of working cadres,
enhance the quality of training services in the financial and accounting fields, and
increase their operational capability.
For his part, Ambassador Eric Chevalier stressed, during his speech,
"the importance of the strategy of the French Development Agency and its effective role in developing bilateral relations between Iraq and France," stressing
"the support of his country's government to open broader horizons for cooperation and partnership with Iraq to include various fields and aspects."
For his part, expert Jean Deeb El-Hajj reiterated the Agency’s commitment to sustainable development and development in Iraq, noting that
“the launch of the technical support project for the Center is the result of continuous coordination with the Ministry of Finance to identify priorities and main axes to reach the goal of joint prosperity, and to support the Center with training programs and development Specialized work mechanisms, facing governance challenges and building human capital. He added,
"The French Development Agency will provide all its efforts through its technical and financial solutions to reach the training and development goals in Iraq."
The Director General of the Training Center, Ahmed Al-Dahlaki, explained that
"the launch of the project will enhance the capabilities of the Financial and Accounting Training Center to be a reference institution in training for employees of the Ministry of Finance, ministries and agencies not associated with a ministry, as well as other entities participating in the public financial management in Iraq."