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FAHR participates in Meetings of Executive Council of ARADO

Tuesday July 07, 2020

The Federal Authority for Government Human Resources (FAHR) participated in the Regular Session No 111 of the Executive Council of Arab Administrative Development Organization (ARADO), which was held virtually during the period 23-25 June.

The Authority delegation was headed by its Director General, HE  Dr. Abdulrahman Abdel Manan Al-Awar, and included HE Ibrahim Ahmed Fikri, Executive Director of Support Services Sector, and  Mahmoud Ahmed Al Marzouqi, Director of Government Communications Dpartment.

Executive Council meetings began at the expert level, then at the level of ministers, under the chairmanship of Eng. Ahmed bin Suleiman Al-Rajhi, Minister of Human Resources and Social Development in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and participation of Their Excellencies the Ministers and representatives of Executive Council’s Member States, in the presence of Dr. Nasser Al-Hattlan Al-Qahtani, Director General of ARADO.

The meetings discussed the Organization’s position under the current circumstances, and implications of Coronavirus (Covid- 19). The report on achievements of the Organization was also discussed, as well as the reports submitted by the Auditor, Internal Controller, and   the Financial and Administrative Authority on the work of the Organization for 2019, and its plan and budget for the years 2021-2022, in addition to other relevant topics.

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