Naif university signs deal with UN Office on Drugs and Crime

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Naif university signs deal with UN Office on Drugs and Crime. (SPA)
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Naif university signs deal with UN Office on Drugs and Crime. (SPA)
Updated 26 May 2019

Naif university signs deal with UN Office on Drugs and Crime

  • NAUSS was established as part of an Arab resolution to form the first Arab university specializing in graduate studies, research and training in all areas of security

RIYADH: Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS) has signed an agreement with the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) to enhance cooperation in the fields of training and research.
The agreement was co-signed by Dr. Abdulmajeed bin Abdullah Al-Bunyan, president of NAUSS, and Yuri Fedotov, executive director of the UNODC.
The agreement includes jointly conducting research, participating in scientific activities organized by both bodies, and exchanging publications, periodicals, work programs, experiences and consultations.
Al-Bunyan said the signing of the agreement comes within the framework of fruitful cooperation between NAUSS and relevant international institutions, especially the UN and its various organizations.
He added that the directives of Prince Abdul Aziz bin Saud bin Naif, interior minister and chairman of the NAUSS Supreme Council, have always highlighted the importance of strengthening cooperation in the fields of crime prevention and criminal justice with relevant authorities.
NAUSS was established as part of an Arab resolution to form the first Arab university specializing in graduate studies, research and training in all areas of security in its most comprehensive sense.


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.