Sudanese official praises Qatar’s support

 13 Jan 2018 - 0:18


Khartoum: Executive Director of Al-Neelain University Chair for Combating Corruption Dr Mohammed Al Alem, who is the Dean of Law School at Al-Neelain university, said that the support of Qatar has helped the chair to many regional and international achievement in decisive issues for Sudan.
Speaking to Qatar News Agency (QNA), the Executive Director said that the chair benefited from Qatar’s international experiences in enhancing cooperation globally. The chair is the result of cooperation between Al-Neelain University and Rule of Law and Anti-Corruption Center. HE Qatar’s Attorney General Dr Ali ben Fetais Al Marri chairs the board of trustees of the chair, which is celebrating its second year this month.
Al Alem said the chair helped designated entities find areas of weakness, enhance transparency, and improve legislation regarding regulation.
The chair also held a number of seminars, the most prominent of which tackled illegal immigration and its economic and social impacts.
The Executive Director also expressed his appreciation for the strong cooperation between the State of Qatar and Al-Neelain University, saying it was an extension of the strong ties between the two countries. He noted that the State of Qatar supports the university in many ways such as financially, as well as sponsoring scientific research awards.
He also said that the chair was established to become an academic center the promotes the best practices in achieving the rule of law and combatting corruption. He added that the presence of the chair helped Sudan benefit from Qatar’s expertise in those fields.
He noted that the presence of HE the Qatari Attorney General to Sudan have acted as further support to the chair, and will help open new horizons for the Qatari experience in Africa. He said that Sudan remains keen today as ever on benefitting from that experience in order to pursue sustainable development and achieve stability.