Nazaha steps up efforts to raise efficiency in state institutions

Updated 29 July 2017

Nazaha steps up efforts to raise efficiency in state institutions

RIYADH: The National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha), has ramped up efforts to raise efficiency in state institutions to achieve the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 plan, according to Bandar Aba Al-Khail, vice-president of Nazaha.
Aba Al-Khail made the comment at the conclusion of a three-day workshop titled “Role of Criminal Investigation Officers in Public Service Crimes,” held in Riyadh.
The workshop was organized by the National Authority for Combating Corruption, with the participation of the Public Prosecution, the Monitoring and Investigation Commission and other related authorities.
Aba Al-Khail pointed out that the continuous development of the Kingdom at all levels requires compliance with the regulations so that they become more effective. “We must periodically review them, including the regulation of public office and its occupants to ensure follow-up, facilitation and speeding up the control of related crimes,” he said.
He added that the state knows the importance of criminal investigation officers in the crimes involving public service, and the efforts they exert in the tasks assigned to them.
Aba Al-Khail stressed that the workshop was held “in implementation of the results of a panel discussion held in 2016 on the crimes involving public office.”


Saudi books translated into Mandarin launched

Al-Madi expressed his happiness with the important step of translating Saudi literature into Mandarin. (SPA)
Updated 24 August 2019

Saudi books translated into Mandarin launched

  • Al-Madi expressed his happiness with the important step of translating Saudi literature into Mandarin

BEIJING: Three books on Saudi classical literature, which were translated into the Chinese language, were launched at a ceremony organized by the Beijing Teachers Qualification Publishing House.
The event was held in cooperation with the Center for Research and Intercommunication Knowledge in Riyadh, and the Department of Arabic Language at Beijing University for Foreign Studies.
It was attended by the Saudi ambassador to China, Turki Al-Madi, the president of the Center for Research and Intercommunication Knowledge, Dr. Yahya bin Junaid, and Chinese officials. Al-Madi expressed his happiness with the important step of translating Saudi literature into Mandarin.