Saudi Arabia’s Nazaha, UNDP sign MoU to fight corruption

Nazaha President Mazen bin Ibrahim Al-Kahmous received in his office in Riyadh the UNDP’s resident representative in the Kingdom. (SPA)
Updated 11 September 2019

Saudi Arabia’s Nazaha, UNDP sign MoU to fight corruption

  • The aim of the MoU is to establish a strategic partnership against corruption, and to support relevant initiatives, programs, projects and activities

RIYADH: The National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) okf Saudi Arabia and the UN Development Programme (UNDP) on Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to cooperate against corruption.
Nazaha President Mazen bin Ibrahim Al-Kahmous received in his office in Riyadh the UNDP’s resident representative in the Kingdom, Adam Bouloukos, and his delegation.
They reviewed both sides’ efforts, and explored ways to enhance cooperation against corruption.
The aim of the MoU is to establish a strategic partnership against corruption, and to support relevant initiatives, programs, projects and activities.  
The meeting and the signing of the MoU were attended by Nazaha’s vice president for combatting corruption, Abdulmohsen bin Mohammed Al-Mehaisen, and its vice president for protecting integrity, Bandar bin Ahmed Aba Al-Khail.
Nazaha aims to create a work environment of integrity, transparency, honesty, justice and equality in the bodies that fall within its jurisdiction or specialization.


Saudi Arabia welcomes Egypt’s new initiative for Libya

Updated 11 min 52 sec ago

Saudi Arabia welcomes Egypt’s new initiative for Libya

  • The Kingdom urged both the LNA and the GNA to implement a cease-fire immediately
  • Saudi Arabia also urged both to start negotiating under the auspices of the UN in order to establish safety in Libya

RIYADH: Saudi Arabia welcomed Egypt’s new initiative for Libya and president Abdel Fattah El-Sisi’s call for a cease-fire in the country on Saturday.
The Kingdom also welcomed all international efforts aiming to stop the fighting in Libya and encouraged negotiations based on the initiative, called the “Cairo declaration,” and recommendations made at the Geneva and Berlin conferences on Libya.
The Kingdom urged both eastern commander Khalifa Haftar’s Libyan National Army (LNA) and the rival Government of National Accord (GNA) to implement a cease-fire immediately.
Saudi Arabia also urged both to start negotiating under the auspices of the UN in order to establish safety and security in Libya and protect it from foreign interference.