ISESCO Director General receives the Minister of Environment of the Federal Republic of Nigeria
4 October 2019
The Director General of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), Dr. Salim M. AlMalik, today morning in his office, received Dr. Muhammad Abubakar, Minister of Environment of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
During this meeting, the two parties discussed ways to promote cooperation relations between the competent parties in Nigeria and ISESCO in areas of common interest, particularly climate change, education, and emerging technologies.
On this occasion, Dr. Abubakar congratulated Dr. AlMalik on the success and the achievement of the objectives of the 8th Islamic Conference of Environment Ministers. He also expressed his interest in and support to ISESCO’s new programmes and vision, including the Waqf project under development.
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