The meeting was chaired by Sheikh Nasser bin Hilal bin Nasser al Ma’awali, chairman of the State Financial and Administrative Audit Institution (SFAAI), in the presence of Dr Abdul Latif bin Rashid al Zayani, GCC secretary basic.
Sheikh Ma’awali opened the meeting, welcoming the delegates and wishing them a pleasant keep in the sultanate, hoping that the meeting would attain the preferred achievement.
He also stressed the keen efforts exerted by the GCC states to market integrity and fight corruption, guided by the religious values of the dignitaries. The objective is to lay the foundations for transparency and integrity, and attain justice and enforce the rule of law in order to channel sources to serve sustainable improvement plans in the area.
“The establishment of the commission of chairmen of agencies responsible for integrity promotion and anti-corruption demonstrates the significance of cooperation between the GCC states on matters of mutual concern.”
Sheikh Ma’awali in his speech stressed the value of the accomplishments that serve the agencies’ mutual targets with respect to protection of integrity and promotion of anti-corruption practices.
He also underlined the energy manifested in the agencies maintaining pace with the relentless march of progress, beneath the leadership of the GCC leaders.
He added that the meeting was held to evaluation and talk about different topic matters referred by the heads of the agencies, their associates and acting heads of the agencies.
The meeting’s agenda covered a quantity of crucial matters mostly deliberation on a draft referential law on the protection of public fund in the GCC area, the GCC agreement to market integrity and anti-corruption and the preparation of procedural manuals.
A paper on building future of GCC cooperation fundamentals to safeguard integrity and market anti-corruption was presented in the course of the meeting.
Information Source: Muscat Daily