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S. Korea offers e-gov't training to senior officials from Central, South American nations

All Headlines 14:53 June 18, 2018

SEOUL, June 18 (Yonhap) -- Fifteen senior government officials from 14 Central and South American nations are participating in an electronic government training program in South Korea, the Ministry of the Interior and Safety said Monday.

The weeklong program, set to run through Friday, is the first project that the ministry is carrying out to bolster cooperation in the e-government area under a memorandum of understanding with the Inter-American Development Bank, the ministry said.

The participants are senior officials from member nations of the Network of e-Government Leaders of Latin America and the Caribbean (RED GEALC). They will learn about and experience South Korea's e-government systems during the training, officials said.

Participants will also share their e-government experiences and know-how during the training.

Kim Boo-kyun, minister of the interior and safety, speaks during an e-government forum the ministry hosted in Seoul in November 2017. (Yonhap)

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