the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser
bin Khalifa al-Thani participated in the opening of the 35th session of
Arab Interior Ministers Council, held at the International Conference
Center at the Algerian capital yesterday.
The session was attended by the interior ministers of the Arab countries, high-level security delegations and representatives from the Arab League, Gulf Co-operation Council, Arab Maghreb Union, International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol), International Civil Defence Organisation, Arab Tourism Organisation, Arab Authority for Civil Aviation, Naif Arab University for Security Sciences and Arab Police Sports Federation.
The session discussed a number of topics on the agenda such as the report of the Arab Interior Ministers Council secretary-general on the work of the secretariat between the 34th and 35th sessions, ninth Arab security draft plan, seventh Arab media briefing for security awareness draft plan and crime prevention.
The participants will also discuss sixth phase of the Arab strategy for traffic safety draft plan, draft plan to implement the Arab strategy for intellectual security. In addition, the sessions will discuss recommendations issued by conferences and meetings held within the secretariat, results of the joint meetings between Arab and international institutions during 2017, in addition to a number of other important topics.
PM meets Arab ministers of interior
HE the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani met yesterday in the Algerian capital Algiers with a number of Arab ministers of interior taking part in the 35th session of Arab Interior Ministers Council.
The Prime Minister met with Palestine’s Prime Minister and Minister of Interior Rami al-Hamdellah, Iraq’s Minister of Interior Qasim al-Araji, Lebanon’s Minister of Interior and Municipalities Nohad El Machnouk, Somalia’s Minister of Internal Security Mohamed Abukar Islow Dualle, Jordan’s Minister of Interior Samir Mubaidin.
The meetings focused on bilateral ties and the means to enhance them in all fields, particularly security-related ones. They also discussed a number of subjects on the agenda of the 35th session of Arab Interior Ministers Council.
PM meets Algerian counterpart: The Prime Minister met yesterday Algeria’s Prime
Minister Ahmed Ouyahia.
During the meeting, they discussed the bilateral co-operation and the means of boosting them in various fields. They also reviewed the latest developments in the Arab world and
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