I've considered the BJCP exam in general but 1. finding a place to take the test and 2. finding a place that has classes are both effectively impossible. I think there was an exam in London a few months ago, but I have no idea when the next one will be.
Now that Ant Hayes is gone, I have to wonder if there will be more BJCP exams in Europe, since he seemed to be one of the main drivers of the program in South Africa and the UK. If there's sufficient interest, though, the BJCP might try to organize an exam in your country, as it has in various South American countries. It might be worth talking to someone in the BJCP leadership.
The main restrictions on exams is that the proctors "must" be National rank or higher, but exceptions have been made in the past. The administrator can be anyone. As for classes, you'll probably have to run them yourself just like the rest of us
Depending on when you have it, you might be able to recruit some proctors to come over there - if not the people who just took the exam in UK, then maybe from the US. If you really want to have an exam, talk to Gordon and he'll help you figure out how to get it done.
Places to take the exam - restaurants before they open are great. They are usually there anyway getting things ready for the day, so letting you sit and take the exam with the promise you'll stay and eat/drink has worked out well for us in the past. Of course for us it is usually a brew pub or a place with a good beer menu.
Anyway, it will be a lot easier to get started when the new exam is in place, since people will take it online and you just have to schedule the tasting. That will be much shorter than the current 3 hours for the exam. You're looking at August of 2012 at the earliest anyway, maybe you should schedule one now and worry about the details later