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    ICESCO Director-General Receives Yemeni Minister of Justice in Rabat

    26 October 2022

    Dr. Salim M. AlMalik, Director-General (DG) of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO), received M. Badr Alaredh, Minister of Justice of the Republic of Yemen, and his delegation, at ICESCO Headquarters, in Rabat, on Tuesday (25 October 2022).

    During the meeting, which saw the participation of Mr. Ezzedine Al-Asbahi, Ambassador of the Republic of Yemen to the Kingdom of Morocco, Dr. Abdelilah Benarafa, Deputy DG of ICESCO, and several heads of ICESCO Sectors, Departments and Centers, the two parties reaffirmed their keenness to enhance cooperation between ICESCO and Yemen in the educational and scientific, cultural and humanitarian fields.

    Dr. AlMalik reviewed the key programmes and activities of ICESCO, particularly youth capacity-building and training on leadership for peace and security as well as space sciences. He also highlighted the major programmes scheduled for implementation in Yemen, most notably the project to address girls’ school dropout, in cooperation with strategic partners.
    The heads of sectors and departments also delivered presentations on the potential programmes and projects of cooperation between ICESCO and Yemen, which are designed based on ICESCO’s new vision to meet the priorities and needs of Member States.

    For his part, the Yemeni Minister of Justice commended ICESCO’s efforts geared towards supporting its Member States, and highlighted the present needs of Yemen, including youth capacity-building in the field of innovation and modern technology, and building the capacities of judges and members of the Public Prosecutor’s Office of Yemen in the fields of antiquities, heritage and treatment of detainees. He also requested ICESCO’s technical expertise to help preserve the Court of Aden’s library, which includes a large collection of historical books and manuscripts.

    In conclusion, the two parties agreed to start the implementation of a number of joint programmes, in coordination with the Yemeni National Commission for Education, Science and Culture.

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