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Morocco reaffirms its constant support for ISESCO

Morocco reaffirmed its continued support for the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) in fulfilling a pioneering role in its fields of competence.

“Under the leadership of King Mohammed VI, Morocco continues to provide the necessary support for ISESCO, its activities and programs, as well as all the facilities likely to optimize its action,” said the council member ISESCO executive, Jamal Eddine Aloua, who leads the Moroccan delegation to the 40th session of the organization’s Executive Council (29-30 in Abu Dhabi).

He then praised the various efforts made by ISESCO, an organization constantly taking care to involve all its members in its action and to create the conditions necessary for the success of the programs and the achievement of the objectives relating to the promotion of Education, science and culture in the Islamic world.

On the occasion of this session, Morocco announced its intention to organize, during this year, a cooperation workshop bringing together the National Commissions for Education, Culture and Sciences of the member countries, in coordination with ISESCO management.

The objective of this workshop is to share proven expertise and successful experiences in this area, in accordance with the new ISESCO strategy.

The participants in this 40th session also welcomed the holding in Morocco, for the first time in Africa, of the 9th edition of the World Congress of the Alliance of Civilizations of the United Nations, scheduled this year.

During this session, the Organization’s strategic projects and action plans for the financial year 2020 and 2021 were presented, as well as the 2020/2030 strategy and the creation of the international advisory board.

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