Israeli Center Helps Improve Armenian Medical Employees’ Skills

YEREVAN (Noyan Tapan)–The Marshav Center of International Cooperation of the Foreign Ministry of Israel is ready to assist Armenia in improving professional skills of the employees of hospitals–clinics–and any other health care facilities. The announcement was made by the Israeli Embassy in Tbilisi (Georgia).

Representatives of the Ministry of Health of Armenia’suggested a bilateral cooperation between Armenia and Israel during the World Health Organization’s seminar in Israel in 2001. The seminar was organized with the assistance of the European Bureau of the World Trade Organization. The Armenian delegates suggested that the center help organize professional training courses in Armenia with the specialists from Israel. The courses would be given by Armenian specialists as well–however–they are obligated to pass a probation period in Israel before they are allowed to teach a course.


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