May 13, 2024

Saudi Arabia presides over the mid-May meeting of ALCSO


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The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is chairing the Executive Council meeting of the Arab League Educational Cultural and Scientific Organization (ALECSO), which it hosts through the National Committee for Education, Culture, and Science in the city of Jeddah on Tuesday and Wednesday, May 14th and 15th of this month.

The meeting, attended by members of the Executive Council and representatives from 22 Arab countries, discusses several topics aimed at serving ALECSO’s objectives in the Arab world. These include advancing the organization’s work in the region, developing its areas of operation, and furthering the significant achievements made in enhancing Arab collective efforts in the organization’s fields of work.

Ahmed bin AbdulAziz Al-Bulayhid, the Secretary-General of the National Committee for Education, Culture, and Science, clarified that hosting the Executive Council meeting and the General Conference of the ALECSO organization on May 17th in Jeddah underscores the organization’s esteemed status within the Kingdom. It also highlights the keen interest and attention from the Kingdom’s leadership in activating collaboration with it in alignment with the roles of member states, thereby contributing to the achievement of the organization’s objectives. This effort extends to enhancing the organization’s areas of operation across all Arab societies.

Al-Bulayhid affirmed that the Saudi National Committee for Education, Culture, and Science, supported and empowered by its chairman, His Highness Prince Badr bin Abdullah bin Farhan, Minister of Culture, endeavors to ensure the success of this hosting by facilitating and providing necessary support and coordinating with governmental entities. This effort aims to enhance the Kingdom’s role within ALECSO, ensuring active Saudi participation in the organization’s activities locally and across Arab nations. This aligns with the committee’s ongoing commitment to developing educational, cultural, and scientific fields in collaboration with regional and international organizations, including ALECSO, ISESCO, UNESCO, and other relevant non-profit entities.

Source: Al-Madina

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