On 12 January, IT Park was visited by a delegation of the Human Resources Management Office of the President of the Republic of Turkey. The delegation included the head of the subdivision of the training and development department Volkan Nazli and the project coordinator of the management services department Anil Gunel.

During the meeting, Deputy Director for International Affairs of IT Park Amalia Ergasheva, Head of the Department of Educational Projects Shakhzod Narzullaev and Head of the Department for Work with International Rating Organizations Dilshod Saitov presented the activities of the organization and acquainted the guests with the IT City project, the results of the work done over the past 4 years, and IT Park plans for 2023.

During the meeting, it was noted that the Office of the Human Resources Administration of the President of the Republic of Turkey is considering the possibility of exchanging experience and developing cooperation in the transfer of advanced technologies and modern solutions to improve IT education and increase the coverage of students in IT areas. It should be noted that in Turkey there are about 100 technology parks, including scientific ones, which employ about 80,000 specialists.

Representatives of the Turkish side shared their experience in the development of IT education and spoke about the e-insan project, which provides courses in various specialties and employment opportunities for Turkish citizens.

In turn, the guests were told about the IT Park One Million Uzbek Coders program and the recently launched IT Park University.

The development of the "Electronic Government" system in Uzbekistan was also discussed. The guests noted the growth and development of Uzbekistan in this area.

Following the meeting, the parties agreed that they would continue the development of bilateral relations in terms of IT education. IT Park expressed its readiness to support Turkish export-oriented IT companies in entering the Uzbek market and joint training of IT specialists to work in Turkish companies.