Twenty-one senior Libyan officials flew to Warsaw on Sunday to take part in a five-day training course geared to administering a country in transition.
The officials are from the ministries of foreign affairs, economics, defence and labour, and from other institutions.
The programme has been organised by the Polish foreign ministry in cooperation the Polish School of Public Administration.
Apart from lectures and workshops on the functioning of a democratic state and a market economy, the course is aimed to develop the participants’ skills in communications, conflict management, resolving issues and decision-making.
The course features an interactive computer simulation in which the participants will have to a deal with a fictional state, Acrona, which has just emerged from an armed conflict.
(Source: Libya Herald)