Funding for the project will be sourced from the RoK Government’s development aid channelled through the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA).
Kun Yang, the Chairman of the RoK board, made the recommendation during a working session in Hanoi on November 24 with his Vietnamese counterpart Huynh Phong Tranh.
He highlighted major developments of cooperative relations between the RoK and Vietnam since the two countries established diplomatic ties 20 years ago.
He expressed his belief that bilateral cooperation will be further strengthened in other areas of culture and sports alongside economics.
Chief General Inspector Tranh appreciated his guest’s proposal and hoped the project would enhance Vietnamese inspectors’ skills, especially information technology application in settling people’s petitions.
Both host and guest shared experience in inspection, aiming to increase the efficiency of State management in their respective countries.
Kun is scheduled to pay a courtesy visit to Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, and work with the State Audit of Vietnam.
He will also hold working sessions with the provincial inspection agencies in Quang Ninh and Bac Ninh, and make a fact-finding tour of Samsung Electronics Vietnam Co. Ltd. in Bac Ninh.