KSA, Egypt sign MoU to enhance anti-corruption cooperation

December 12, 2021

SHARM EL-SHEIKH — Chairman of the Oversight and Anti-Corruption Authority (Nazaha) Mazen Al-Kahmous and Chairman of the Administrative Control Authority (ACA) in Egypt Maj. Gen. Hassan Abdel Shafi Ahmed signed in Sharm El-Sheikh a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on Sunday.

The MoU is aimed at strengthening international cooperation in the prevention and combating corruption, and exchanging expertise and information related to corruption crimes, and the development of the institutional capacity of the two countries.

The MoU comes within the framework of implementing Nazaha's national strategy to protect the integrity and combat corruption, contributing to the efforts made to enhance, develop, and document regional, Arab and international cooperation in integrity protection and combating corruption.

It also comes within the Authority’s regulations, which requires cooperation with regional and international bodies and organizations active in this field in addition to the United Nations Convention against Corruption.

The signing ceremony was attended by the Saudi ambassador to Egypt Osama Bin Ahmed Naqali, and several Nazaha officials. — SPA

December 12, 2021
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