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Delegation of the Indian Institute of Public Administration visits IFAT

On 23 March the delegation of the Indian Institute of Public Administration visited the Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade (IFAT) where they were informed about the operations and research activities of IFAT.


Established by Prime Minister Nehru in 1954, the Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) has played a vital role from the beginning in the education of public administrators. Besides IIPA provides research and advisory services based on requests from the Indian Government and international organizations. The delegation was hosted by Mr. László Vasa, PhD, deputy director of IFAT, Ms. Diána Szőke and Mr. Péter Goreczky, senior analysts.