Guinean President receives ISESCO Director General at Presidential Palace in Conakry
January 11, 2020 0

The President of the Republic of Guinea, H.E. Dr.Alpha Condé, at the Presidential Palace in Conakry, received Dr. Salim M. AlMalik, Director General of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO). During this audience, Dr. AlMalik reviewed ISESCO’s new vision and discussed areas of cooperation between ISESCO and the Republic of Guinea.

At the outset of this audience, which was the culmination of the official visit of the Director General to Guinea, Dr. AlMalik commended the activism and leadership of Dr. Condé and his major national role; and thanked the Guinean Government for endorsing his nomination to the position of ISESCO Director General.

Afterwards, the Director General discussed the waqf project that the Organization will create to ensure the funding necessary for expanding its activities and programmes in cooperation with Member States. In this connection, President Condé expressed great interest in the project, commending the idea and the role ISESCO plays in supporting sustainable development in Member States.

Moreover, the Guinean President manifested great interest when he listened to the details provided by the Director General on the medical, educational and social caravan that the ISESCO will organize in Guinea, stressing that he will instruct the Ministers of Culture, Education, Housing and Environment to provide optimal support for ISESCO.

This audience was attended by Dr. Ahmed Said Bah, Director of External Relations, and Mrs. Ramata Almamy Mbaye, Director of Human and Social Sciences.

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