Egypt is hosting the Executive Council (EC) and committee of experts’ meetings of the (113th) regular session of the Arab Administrative Development Organization (ARADO) at the organization’s headquarters in Cairo.
Addressing the Executive Council’s meeting on Wednesday, Head of the Central Agency for Organization and Administration (CAOA) Saleh El-Sheikh who represented Egypt at the meetings, offered his sincere condolences to the UAE on the death of the late Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, congratulating the people of the UAE on electing Sheikh Mohamed Bin Zayed as the new president.
El-Sheikh also congratulated the UAE for the successful organization of the 8th World Government Summit (WGS) on March 22, which brought thought leaders, global experts and decision makers from around the globe to share and contribute to the development of tools, policies, and models that are essential in shaping future governments.
Participants discussed the progress made in implementing the council’s resolutions, the ARADO annual harvest report for 2021, the organization’s estimated budget for 2023/2024, and the ARADO strategic plan.
Meanwhile, the 57th regular session of the ARADO General Assembly, scheduled for Thursday, will tackle the council elections for the next two terms (May 2022 – May 2024), the progress made in executing the resolutions passed during the 55th and 56th sessions, and the organization’s annual harvest reports since 2018.
Some member states, including Egypt, will also share their administrative success stories during tomorrow’s session.
Affiliated to the Arab League, the ARADO was founded in 1961 as a specialized organization of the League of Arab States to shoulder the responsibility of administrative development in the Arab region.
The mission of ARADO is to contribute to the administrative development in the Arab countries in such a way as serving comprehensive development issues. In its endeavor to fulfill such a mission, ARADO has been exerting efforts and offering services and programs to the governments of the 22 member states of ARADO.
Source: State Information Service Egypt