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    ICESCO and Mozambique Explore Prospects for Cooperation

    14 September 2021

         Dr. Salim M. AlMalik, Director-General of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO), held a meeting with Ms. Esperança Bias, Chairperson of the Parliament of Mozambique, on the sidelines of their participation in G-20 Inter-faith Forum, in Bologna, Italy. The meeting touched upon the prospects for cooperation between ICESCO and Mozambique in the areas of common interest.

    During the meeting, held on Monday, September 13, 2021, Dr. Al-Malik reviewed the vision and new action strategy of ICESCO, highlighting the major initiatives and programs launched and implemented during the Covid-19 pandemic to support the efforts of Member States in countering the negative repercussions of the pandemic, especially on the African continent, which ICESCO gives a special priority.

    He pointed out that the Organization encourages training and building the capacities of youth and women to fulfill their roles in achieving sustainable development for their countries.

    Ms. Bias commended ICESCO’s roles and efforts to support its Member States, stressing the importance of building cooperation between Mozambique and ICESCO in the fields of education, science and culture.

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