Saudi Arabia, Maldives engage in talks to collaborate against corruption


Saudi Arabia and the Maldives have engaged in discussions to establish a collaborative effort aimed at preserving integrity and combating corruption.

This promising initiative follows a meeting between Mazen Al-Kahmous, the head of the Control and Anti-Corruption Authority (Nazaha) in Saudi Arabia, and Adam Shamil, the President of the Anti-Corruption Commission of Maldives, along with their accompanying delegation, in the capital city of Riyadh.

During this productive meeting, the two parties delved into the core strategies employed by Nazaha to safeguard integrity, foster transparency, and counteract corruption. Additionally, valuable insights were shared regarding the Maldives’ own experiences in addressing corruption-related challenges.

One of the highlights of this diplomatic engagement was the official signing of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Saudi Arabia and the Maldives. The MoU is geared towards bolstering cooperation between the two nations in the realm of corruption prevention. It encompasses a commitment to exchange crucial information concerning corruption-related offenses, as well as a dedication to enhancing the institutional capabilities of both sides in their united battle against corruption. This collaboration holds the potential to yield significant advancements in the ongoing global effort to eradicate corruption and ensure ethical governance.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.