Counselor Rashid Al-Hajri presented a training program in the skills of protocol and international and diplomatic etiquette for the employees of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the State of Kuwait, organized by the Saud Nasser Al-Sabah Diplomatic Institute affiliated to the Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
During five training days, workshops, knowledge lectures, and practical applications were held in the various skills that workers in official institutions, especially the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, must possess.
On the sidelines of the program, His Excellency Ambassador Nasser Subaih Al-Sabeeh, Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs at the Kuwaiti Diplomatic Institute, received Counselor Rashid Al-Hajri, Head of the Diplomatic Academy, and expressed his happiness with holding this training program. On behalf of the Ministry’s employees, he welcomed this joint cooperation.
The participants interacted by asking questions and discussions aimed at developing their knowledge, exchanging experiences, and discussing specific cases, which contributes to enhancing the application of what was trained in the program.
At the end of the program, the Saud Nasser Al-Sabah Diplomatic Institute of the Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs presented a certificate of thanks to Counselor Rashid Al-Hajri, as an expression of their appreciation for what he presented during the implementation of this program.
Counselor Rashid Al-Hajri also expressed his deep thanks to the Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Diplomatic Institute, and His Excellency Ambassador Nasser Subaih Al-Sabeeh for their kind reception and organization of the program, and to the trainees for their active participation.
It is noteworthy that the Diplomatic Academy offers a variety of training programs aimed at enhancing the skills of workers in the diplomatic corps, official institutions and institutions of an international nature, such as negotiation skills, etiquette skills, international and diplomatic protocol, and public diplomacy. Skills and protocol skills to deal with VIPs and various other programs that have been implemented and are still in progress a number of different countries.