15 young from Azerbaijan leave for education in Police academies of Russian MIA in Moscow and Rostov
On September 29, Minister of Internal Affairs, Colonel-General Vilayat Eyvazov has received students, who will be sent for education to Russia
On September 29, Minister of Internal Affairs, Colonel-General Vilayat Eyvazov has received students, who will be sent for education in the Police academies of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs by Azerbaijani MIA, press service of Ministry told Qazet.az.
Congratulating the young, who will represent Azerbaijani Police in Russia during the next five years, Minister noted that President, Supreme Commander-in-Chief of Armed Forces Ilham Aliyev have repeatedly stressed in his speeches that Azerbaijan's bright future depends on patriotic and capable young, who have high intelligence, modern worldview, loyal to statehood.
Then chief of the Head Personnel Office, major-general of police Rafig Abbasov informed that according to agreement between Ministries of Internal Affairs of two countries, 15 places have been allocated for Azerbaijani MIA in Police Academies of Russian MIA in Moscow and Rostov cities. 45 candidates joined the competition, announced for acceptance to the vacancies. The competition was held in a completely transparent condition by relevant commission of the Ministry and mostly descent 15 students have been selected by taking points of the candidates in State Examination Center, writing ability in the Russian language, oral speech abilities, as well as physical readiness.