H.E. Minister Amr Adel, Chairman of the Administrative Control Authority, met with H.E. Mr. Hamad Bin Nasser, Chairman of the Administrative Control and Transparency Authority of Qatar, at the headquarters of the ACA in the New Administrative Capital. The meeting tackled prospects for cooperation across a sundry of practical and theoretical aspects to synchronize efforts towards preventing and combating corruption. Moreover, the two sides discussed enhancing the society’s awareness of the principles of governance and transparency in the face of the hazards of corruption. The discussions came against the backdrop of an anticipated memorandum of understanding to be signed between the two counterparts.
In line with the unwavering efforts to bolster regional anti-corruption cooperation across the Arab states, utilizing theory and practice, the visit introduced H.E. Hamad Bin Nasser to the top-notch academic programmes offered by the Egyptian Anti-Corruption Academy (EACA), which include the Diploma and the Master’s of Governance and Anti-Corruption. As the EACA seeks to disseminate relevant knowledge to students from various Arab countries, Mr. Hamad met with a cohort from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Iraq enrolled in the Diploma of Governance and Anti-Corruption at the Academy's headquarters.
Propelling governance and anti-corruption measures forward in tandem with regional stakeholders comes at the core of the Administrative Control Authority's approach to mobilize expertise and competencies from across neighboring nations. As one front, we pursue the goal of bolstering anti-corruption frameworks in support of the shared development goals, which lie at the heart of Egypt Vision 2030.