Leaders of PPA receive Chief Representative of Korea International Cooperation Agency in Vietnam
Lieutenant General, Prof.Dr. Nguyen Xuan Yem, President of the PPA presented the souvenir to the delegation

At the meeting, Lieutenant General, Prof.Dr. Nguyen Xuan Yem, President of the PPA congratulated Mr. Chang Jae Yun to receive the new term in Vietnam and welcomed him to visit and work with leaders of the Academy. The President of the Academy presented the overview of the PPA, the process of foundation and development, the achievements and the directions in the near future. Lieutenant General, Prof.Dr. Nguyen Xuan Yem confirmed that the support of KOICA to the development of the Academy in recent years, especially the exchange program of Taekwondo volunteers contributed to improve the quality of training and competitions of martial arts of the Academy in particular and of the Ministry of Public Security in general. 


The delegation visited the 9th and 10th floors of Professional Library

 where would  be used for the e-library project

Lieutenant General, Prof. Nguyen Xuan Yem, President of the PPA appreciated the cooperation and assistance of KOICA for the Academy in the implementation of the project for the establishment E-Library of the People's Police Academy. According to the plan, the PPA would coordinate with the functional units of the Ministry of Public Security and the Ministry of Planning and Investment to complete the necessary procedures as soon as possible with the aim of launching the project in Octorber, 2014. This would be the important project for the PPA, contributing to improve the quality of education, scientific research, enhancing capacity in the field of scientific information and academic materials of the Academy to become the key training institution of the State after 2015.


Speaking at the meeting, Mr. Chang Jae Yun expressed his gratitude to the Directorate and the functional units of the PPA for arranging time to welcome the delegation of KOICA thoughtfully. Mr. Chang said that although the new term in Vietnam officially started in the middle of July, 2014, he had worked in Vietnam before. Thus, it left the good impression about the beautiful country and the hospitable people. He confirmed, with the ability and his love for Vietnam, he would try to fulfill his duties in the term and make the best effort to assist the sectors that Vietnam was necessary.


Representatives took memorial photograph

For the PPA, Mr. Chang said that he always sympathized with the law enforcement force in general and the public security force in particular. At the same time, he had the good working relationship with the Korean National Police Agency and the Korean National Police University. He hoped to exploit these advantages to assist the PPA in developing continuously in the future. Before receiving the new working term in Vietnam, Mr. Chang used to be the Chief Representative of KOICA in 4 different countries, including two countries in ASEAN as Thailand and the Philippines. Therefore, he would try to utilize his experience in this term to cooperate and help the People's Police force of Vietnam.

 

After the meeting, Mr. Chang Jae Yun and his colleagues from KOICA Vietnam visited the facilities of the PPA, including the 12-floor Library and especially 02 floors (9th and 10th floors) where would  be used for the e-library project. After the visit, the KOICA highly appreciated the thorough preparation of facilities and personnel to serve the project, he also expressed that the project would be implemented according to the proposed plan.

 

Mr. Chang Jae Yun was born in 1959, graduated from the University of Chungang in 1985. After completing the management courses at the Canadian International Development Agency, Mr. Chang has worked for KOICA since 1991 and has taken many important positions of KOICA such as Director of Management Department, Director of the Strategic Planning Department. Before taking the new term in Vietnam, Mr. Chang used to be the Chief Representative of KOICA in Paraguay, Iraq, Thailand and the Philippines.

Written by Dinh Dat

Translated by Cong Phuong

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