Saudi Arabia, UN Sign Agreement to Finance Riyadh Initiative ‘GlobE’ 

Nazaha Chairman Mazen bin Ibrahim Al-Kahmous and UNODC Executive Director Ghada Wali sign the agreement on Monday, (SPA)
Nazaha Chairman Mazen bin Ibrahim Al-Kahmous and UNODC Executive Director Ghada Wali sign the agreement on Monday, (SPA)
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Saudi Arabia, UN Sign Agreement to Finance Riyadh Initiative ‘GlobE’ 

Nazaha Chairman Mazen bin Ibrahim Al-Kahmous and UNODC Executive Director Ghada Wali sign the agreement on Monday, (SPA)
Nazaha Chairman Mazen bin Ibrahim Al-Kahmous and UNODC Executive Director Ghada Wali sign the agreement on Monday, (SPA)

The Saudi Oversight and Anti-Corruption Authority (Nazaha) and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) signed a $20 million agreement to fund establishing the Riyadh Initiative "GlobE," a platform for sharing information among members of the Global Operations Network of Law Enforcement Authorities focused on anti-corruption efforts.

The agreement was signed by Nazaha Chairman Mazen bin Ibrahim Al-Kahmous and UNODC Executive Director Ghada Wali, reported the Saudi Press Agency on Monday.

Saudi Ambassador to Austria and permanent representative to international organizations in Vienna Dr. Abdullah bin Khaled Toula was also present at the signing.

Al-Kahmous expressed his gratitude to Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince and Prime Minister, for their continuous support of the Riyadh Initiative (GlobE).

He emphasized the importance of the Kingdom's leadership in strengthening local and international anti-corruption efforts in line with its Vision 2030.



Muslim World League Welcomes Armenia's Recognition of State of Palestine

Muslim World League Welcomes Armenia's Recognition of State of Palestine
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Muslim World League Welcomes Armenia's Recognition of State of Palestine

Muslim World League Welcomes Armenia's Recognition of State of Palestine

The Muslim World League (MWL) welcomed Armenia’s decision to recognize the State of Palestine, reported the Saudi Press Agency on Saturday.

In a statement, MWL Secretary General Dr. Mohammed Al-Issa emphasized that this decision, along with similar ones, “clearly reflects a growing global recognition of the injustices faced by the Palestinian people and their fundamental right to self-determination and an independent state.”

He commended “the responsible and noble stance of all the countries that have taken this important and just step, urging all countries of the world to follow suit in support of the human and legal rights of the Palestinian people.”