Saudi Arabia Gets Elected to Lead Executive Office of Arab Council for Population and Development
Riyadh-- During the fourth session of the Arab Council for Population and Development, held in Riyadh in December 2022, that was chaired by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia represented by the Ministry of Economy and Planning, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was elected as the President of the Executive Office of the Arab Council for Population and Development for a two-year term.
The Executive Office of the Arab Council for Population and Development offers and follows up on policy proposals and recommendations made in the Council’s sessions.
The Arab Council for Population and Development was launched in Amman, Jordan in 2019. The Council aims at unifying Arab efforts in supporting population and development issues, offering technical assistance to member states to remain aware of regional and international developments, and helping Arab national councils to draw population strategies in line with their national needs.
Source: Saudi Press Agency