Al-Junaid confirms political leadership's interest in technical education sector

Publish June 22, 2021
finance & economy

SANA'A, Jun. 21 (Saba) - The Deputy Prime Minister for National Vision Affairs - Head of the Executive Office of Vision Management, Mahmoud Al-Junaid, on Monday confirmed the interest of the political leadership and the government in the technical education and vocational training sector.

At the conclusion of a three-courses training program for 60 technical education cadres today, Al-Junaid said that 'the Saudi-led aggression coalition targeted the infrastructure of technical institutes and community colleges within its destructive goals in Yemen.'

Al-Junaid hailed the outputs of the work teams within the national vision of building the modern Yemeni state in assessing the reality of technical education and the requirements for the advancement of its institutions and its role to provide skilled labor to build the modern state.

For his part, Minister of Technical Education and Vocational Training, Ghazi Ahmed Ali Mohsen, emphasized the importance of benefiting from the Yemeni-Korean Institute in training and graduating technical education cadres, as it includes rare equipment and specializations.

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