Tallinn-Estonia: Monday 25 February, 2019
Mr. Gul Hussain Ahmadi, non-residence Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to the Republic of Estonia visited the Estonian School of Diplomacy and met with Mrs. Mari-Liis Sulg and Ms. Kristiina-Maria Ploom, Program managers of the Estonian School of Diplomacy.
During the meeting, the Ambassador conveyed his thanks and appreciation to the Estonian School of Diplomacy for granting scholarships and training programs to the young Diplomats from Afghanistan over the last years. He also mentioned the achievements of Afghanistan in different fields, especially in the area of education and higher education.
The manager of the educational program of the Estonian School of Diplomacy expressed her thanks to the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan for visiting and added: “I invite you to visit the Estonian School of Diplomacy, again in the future and give a lecture about the current situation and achievements of Afghanistan in the recent years.”
She also said: “Over the past years, we have granted many educational scholarships to Afghanistan. Currently, two students from Afghanistan are studying in this institute. We are planning to launch new, short term training programs for young diplomats from different counties in the near future, to which we would like to invite some young diplomats from Afghanistan as well.”
The Ambassador expressed his willingness to deliver a lecture during his next visit, and conveyed his appreciation for including Afghanistan in the short term training programs of the Estonian School of Diplomacy.
The meeting was also attended by Mr. Mubarez Basir, an employee of Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Mr. Ahmad Zubair Ysufi, an employee of Ministry of Interior Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, who are studying in this School.